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To 

EDWARD H. ELDRIDGE 

the occasion of -his retirement 
from the college he has served 
its opening thirty -four years ago 
THE CLASS OF 1936 
dedicates this volume of MICROCOSM 



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The Microcosm Staff 



JANET TULLER 
Editor-in-Chief 

MARGARET KYLE 

Assistant Editor 



FRANCES McCULLOUGH 
Business Manager 



ETHEL LOUISE JEWETT 
Assistant 



LUCY ELLEN TAYLOR 
Advertising Manager 



MILDRED WHITMORE 

Assistant 



IRMA TANNER 
Art Editor 



NUART NAKASHIAN 
Assistant 



MURIEL STEWART 
Circulation Manager 



BETTIE GOODRICH 
Assistant 



DOROTHY ROGERS 

Photograph Manager 



BARBARA MANN 
Assistant 



1938 

MILA EGGLETON 
EDITH RAY 



Class Representatives 



1939 

RUTH FLYNN 
EVELYN STERNBERG 



F. WYLIE SYPHER, Faculty Advisor 



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BANCROFT BEATLEY 
President 



Administration 



BANCROFT BEATLEY, President. A.M., Harvard University, 1916; Ed.D., Harvard 
University, 1923. 

Formerly: Associate Professor of Education, Harvard University. 

Societies: Phi Beta Kappa; National Society for the Study of Education; National 
Society of College Teachers of Education. 

Publication: Achievement in the Junior High School. 

HENRY LEFAVOUR, President, Emeritus. A.B., Williams College, 1883; Ph.D., 
Williams College, 1886; LL.D., Williams College, 1902; Tufts College, 1905; 
Additional Course, University of Berlin. 

Formerly: Instructor in Williston Seminary; Professor and Dean, Williams College; 
President of Simmons College, 1902-1933- 

Societies: Phi Beta Kappa; Trustee, Williams College; Trustee, Boston State Hospital; 
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Fellow, American Association 
for the Advancement of Science; Colonial Society of Massachusetts; American 
Political Science Association; New England Historic Genealogical Society; 
Massachusetts Historical Society; Chairman of Trustees, Women's Educational 
and Industrial Union; St. Botolph Club; Union Club; University Club of New 
York; University Club of Boston. 

JANE LOUISE MESICK, Dean. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1909; A.M., Col- 
umbia University, 1913; Ph.D., Columbia University, 1921; Litt.D., Mount 
Holyoke, 1930. 

Also: Assistant Professor of English and Ethics. 

Formerly: Teacher of English, Glendale College, Glendale, Ohio, 1909-1911; Head of 
Department of English, The Drum Hill School, N. Y., 1913-1915; Instructor in 
English, Wells College, 1917-1919; Instructor in English, Simmons College, 1920- 
1923; Assistant Dean and Instructor in English, Simmons College, 1923-1925. 

Societies: Phi Beta Kappa; Modern Language Association; National Education Asso- 
ciation; American Association of University Women; National Association of 
Deans of Women. 

Publication: The English Traveller in America Ql785-1835~). 

SARAH LOUISE ARNOLD, Dean, Emerita. A.M., Tufts College; Ed.D., Rhode 
Island College of Education. 

Formerly: Principal of Schools, St. Johnsbury, Vt.; Director of Training School for 
Teachers, Saratoga, N. Y.; Supervisor of Primary Schools, Minneapolis, Minn.; 
Supervisor of Schools, Boston; Member of Massachusetts State Board of Educa- 
tion; Dean of Simmons College, 1902-1920. 

Societies: The Mayflower Club; Executive Committee of Women's Education Associa- 
tion; American Home Economics Association; American Sociological Association. 

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Jane Louise Mesick 
Dean 



ROBERT MALCOLM GAY, A.M., Litt.D., Dean of the Graduate Division 
DORA BLANCHE SHERBURNE, S.B., Registrar 
RICHMOND KNOWLTON BACHELDER, B.B.A., Bursar 
MARJORIE BURBANK, A.B., Recorder 

GERTRUDE JANE BURNETT, S.B., Assistant to the President 
ALICE IVES GILMAN, S.B., Assistant to the Dean 
DORIS MARGARETT SUTHERLAND, S.B., Assistant Registrar 
MARION TENNY CRAIG, S.B , Assistant to the Director of the School of Library Science 
ELVA MARION LAKE, Ph.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of Public Health 
Nursing 

RUTH GORDON, A.B., S.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of Secretarial Studies 
BEATRICE SPAULDING, S.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of Home Economics 
JANICE PRESTON GOLDSMITH, S.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of Social 
Work 

DOROTHY SQUIRE, S.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of English 
HELEN SPALDING, S.B., Secretary to the Director of the Prince School of Store Service 
Education 

E. T. BERNICE RIGGS, Assistant to the Bursar 
ETHEL MILDRED GUMMER, S.B., Assistant to the Bursar 
MABEL EMERSON CARLTON, S.B., Assistant to the Bursar 
DOROTHY GERTRUDE GOVE, S.B., Assistant to the Registrar 
EVELYN ANNA JUSTIS, S.B., Assistant to the Recorder 
MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR, S.B., Assistant to the Registrar 

IRENE MARGARET DONOHUE, Office Secretary, Prince School of Store Service Educa- 
tion 
MARY CHRISTINE BROWN, Office Assistant, School of Social Work 
GERTRUDE CAROL HINES, Assistant in the Deans Office 
ESTHER FREEBORN CHACE, S.B., Assistant in the President s Office 
MARGARET ALOUISE HART, Office Assistant 



ALICE LUCILE HOPKINS, A.B., S.B., Librarian 

JENNIE CLIFTON FROST, A.B., S.B., Assistant Librarian 

ALMA ESTES BROWNE, S.B., Assistant in charge of the Social Service Library 

AMY ESTHER SCHWAMB, A.B., S.B., Cataloguer 

DOROTHEA ELIZABETH GUPPY, S.B., Assistant in the Library 

DOROTHY ISABELLA BODWELL, S.B., Assistant in the Library 



HORTENSIA FARRALL ROBINSON, S.B., M.D., Medical Consultant 

LYLE KENNETH BUSH, Publicity Director 

HARRIET LOUISE SCHUPP, Manager of the Lunchroom 

HELEN MEREDITH BRADSTREET, Manager of the Simmons Co-operative Store 

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MARGARET DAVIS CHRISTIAN, A.B., Director of Brookline Avenue Dormitories 
HELENA McFARLIN, House Superintendent of the Brookline Avenue Dormitories 
VIOLET PEARL GRAY, Assistant House Superintendent of the Brookline Avenue Dormi- 
tories 
EUNICE LORETTA GRANT, R.N., Matron of West House 
ISABEL HADFIELD, Matron of North Hall 

MARY FRANCES COOPER, S.B., Director of the Francis Street Dormitories 
LOUISE RIPLEY BALLOU, Matron of the Francis Street Dormitories 
ALICE LOUISE BURNELL, Matron of the Francis Street Dormitories 
FLORENCE JEROME CUTTING, Matron of the Francis Street Dormitories 
ABBIE DOWNER MUDGETT, Matron of the Brookline Avenue Dormitories 
ELLENA NICHOLAS TRAYAN, A.B., R.N., Matron of the Francis Street Dormitories 



MARJORIE LOUISE SHEA, S.B., Executive Secretary to the Alumnae Association 



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Biology and Health 




CURTIS MORRISON HILLIARD, Professor of Biology and Public Health. A.B., Dart- 
mouth College, 1909. 

CAROLINE MAUDE HOLT, Associate Professor of Biology. A.B., Wellesley College, 
1903; A.M., Columbia University, 1908; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1916. 

EDITH ARTHUR HECKLER, Assistant Professor of Public Health. S.B., Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 1902. 

SUSIE AUGUSTA WATSON, Assistant Professor of Biology and Nursing. A.B., Mount 
Holyoke College, 1901; R.N., Newton Hospital School of Nursing, 1905; S.B., 
Columbia University, 1912. 

CATHERINE JONES WITTON (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Biology . A.B., Mount 
Holyoke College, 1918; A.M., (Medical Science), Radcliffe College, 1930. 

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS HINTON, Lecturer on Wassermann Technique. S.B., Harvard 
University, 1905; M.D., Harvard University, 1912. 

ISABEL LINSCOTT SARGENT (MRS.), Instructor in Biology. A.B., Wellesley 
College, 1926. 

FLORENE CORA KELLY, Instructor in Biology. S.B., Simmons College, 1926. 

FLORENCE LYNDON MEREDITH (MRS.), Lecturer on Hygiene. S.B., M.D., 1916. 

OUIDA CROUSE MONTAGUE (MRS.), Special Instructor in Hospital Laboratory 
Methods. S.B., Simmons College, 1924. 

MARY ISABEL NEWTON, Instructor in Biology. S.B., Connecticut College for 
Women, 1926; A.M., Mount Holyoke College, 1929. 

PHILIP MORRISON RICHARDSON, Instructor in Biology. S.B., Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 1926. 

GENEVIEVE YOUNG, Instructor in Biology. S.B., Simmons College, 1931. 

MABEL HARRIET CULBERSON, Special Instructor in Biology. S.B., Simmons 
College, 1934. 



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Chemistry 



KENNETH LAMARTINE MARK, Professor of Chemistry and Director of the School of 
General Science. A.B., Harvard University, 1898; A.M., Harvard University, 1900; 
Ph.D., Harvard University, 1903- 

GORHAM WALLER HARRIS, Associate Professor of Chemistry. A.B., Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1907; A.M., Harvard University, 1909; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1915- 

FLORENCE CELIA SARGENT (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Chemistry. S.B., Sim- 
mons College, 1911. 

RAYMOND EL WOOD NEAL, Assistant Professor of Chemistry. S.B., Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1919. 

INA MARY GRANARA, Instructor in Chemistry . S.B., Simmons College, 1924. 

LUELLA DUDLEY WADSWORTH (MRS.), Instructor in Chemistry. S.B., Simmons 
College, 1929 

BLENDA CHRISTINA THORMER, Instructor in Chemistry. S.B., Simmons College, 
1929. 

HARRIET ALDEN SOUTHGATE, Instructor in Chemistry. A.B., Radcliffe College, 
1924; A.M., Mount Holyoke College, 1927; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State College, 
1934. 



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Economics 




SARA HENRY STITES, Professor of Economics. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1899; A.M., 
1S0O; Ph.D., 1904. 

MORRIS FRIEDBERG, Assistant Professor of Economics. A.B., Harvard University, 
1914; A.M., Harvard University, 1924; Docteur de l'Universite de Paris, 1925- 

FELIX IRA SHAFFNER, Instructor in Economics. A.B., Harvard University, 1925; 
A.M., Harvard University, 1926; B.Litt., 1928; Ph.D., 1933- 

JOHN WILLIAM FLEMING, Instructor in Economics. S.B., Harvard University, 1930; 
A.M., Harvard University, 1934. 

MORRIS JOSEPH FIELDS, Special Instructor in Economics. S.B., Tufts College,- 1921; 
M.B.A., Harvard University, 1923; A.M., Harvard University, 1927; Ph.D., 
Harvard University, 1931- 



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English 



ROBERT MALCOLM GAY, Professor of English, Director of the School of English, and 
Dean of the Graduate Division. A.B., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1900; A.M., 
Columbia University, 1901; Litt.D., Dickinson College, 1912; Litt.D., Middle- 
bury College, 1931. 

MYRA COFFIN HOLBROOK, Associate Professor of English. A.B., Vassar College, 
1894; A.M., Wesleyan University, 1899. 

IDA ALICE SLEEPER, Assistant Professor of English. A.M., Radcliffe College, 1904. 

JANE GAY DODGE, Assistant Professor of English. A.B., Radcliffe College, 1904; 
A.M., University of California, 1914. 

BARBARA MURRAY HOWE, Assistant Professor of English. Graduate of Oxford 
University, England; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1919. 

JANE LOUISE MESICK, Assistant Professor of English. A. B., Mount Holyoke College 
1909; A.M., Columbia University, 1913; Ph.D., Columbia University, 1921; 
Litt.D., Mount Holyoke College, 1930. 

ALBAN BERTRAM deMILLE, Assistant Professor of English. A.B., A.M., King's 
College; A.M., Harvard University, 1904. 

ALICE LOUISE CROCKETT, Assistant Professor of English. A.B., Radcliffe College, 
1904; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1911 

JUDITH MATLACK, Assistant Professor of English. A.B., Smith College, 1920; A.M., 
Boston University, 1926. 

FELTUS WYLIE SYPHER, Instructor in English. A.B., Amherst College, 1927; A.M., 
Tufts College, 1929; A.M., Harvard University, 1932. 

LYLE KENNETH BUSH, Instructor in English and Art . A.B., University of Washing- 
ton, 1922; A.M., Harvard University. 

DORIS MARGARETT SUTHERLAND, Special Instructor in Manuscript Preparation. 
S.B., Simmons College, 1921 

JAMES RHYNE KILLIAN, JR., Special Instructor in Magazine Journalism. S.B., 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1926. 

ROBERT NEWTON LINSCOTT, Special Instructor in Book Publishing. 

HARLAND ROGERS RATCLIFFE, Special Instructor in Journalism. S.B., Colbv 
College, 1923. 

RAYMOND FRANCIS BOSWORTH, Instructor in English. S.B., Middlebury College, 
1929; Diploma, University of London, 1930; A.M., Middlebury College, 1931. 

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History and 
Government 




HARRY MAXWELL VARRELL, Professor of History and Government. A.B., Bowdoin 
College, 1897; A.M., Harvard University, 1909; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1912. 

GEORGE NYE STEIGER, Associate Professor of History. A.B., Occidental College, 
California, 1906; A.M., Harvard University, 1914; Ph.D., Harvard University, 
1923. 

WARREN STENSON TRYON, Assistant Professor of History. A.B., Dartmouth Col- 
lege, 1923; A.M., Harvard University, 1924. 

WALDO EMERSON PALMER, Instructor in History. A.B., Amherst College, 1921. 

ROBERT CARTER RANKIN, Instructor in History. Litt.B., Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, 1911; A.M., Harvard University, 1914; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1933- 



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Home Economics 



ALICE FRANCES BLOOD, Professor of Dietetics and Director of the School of Home 

Economics. S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1903; Ph.D., Yale Uni- 
versity, 1910. 
ULA MAY DOW, Professor of Hojne Economics, in charge of the Division of Foods. SB., 

Kansas State Agricultural College, 1905; A.M., Columbia University, 1913- 
MARGIA HAUGH ABBOTT, Associate Professor of Clothing, in charge of the Division of 

Clothing. Ph.B., Chicago University, 1921. 
ELIZABETH MAY GOODRICH, Associate Professor of Institutional Management, 

Emerita. 
QUINDARA OLIVER DODGE (MRS.), Associate Professor of Institutional Manage- 
ment and Director of Vocational Practice. S.B., Michigan State College, 1918; S.M., 

Columbia University, 1922. 
MARION B GARDNER, Assistant Professor of Design. Graduate of Pratt Institute, 

1920; S.B., Boston University, 1931; M.Ed., 1932. 
NELLIE MARIA HORD, Assistant Professor of Foods. S.B., Kansas State Agricultural 

College, 1921; A.M., University of Chicago, 1927. 
ELEANOR SOPHIA DAVIS, Instructor in Clothing. A.B., Wellesley College, 1916; 

S.B., Simmons College, 1918; Ed.M., Boston University, 1934. 
RUTH LORING WHITE, Special Instructor in Dietetics. S.B., Simmons College, 1919. 
S. AGNES DONHAM, Special Instructor in Family Budgets. Boston Normal School of 

Cookery, 1894. 
RUTH MacGREGORY, Instructor in Foods. S.B., Simmons College, 1921. 
LUCY ELLIS FISHER, Instructor in Foods. S.B., Simmons College, 1922. 
BERTHA SHAPLEY BURKE, Special Instructor in Dietetics. A.B., Vassar College, 

1915; A.M., Columbia University, 1917. 
CECILIA AGNES McCARTHY, Supervisor of Vocational Practice. S.B., Simmons 

College, 1917; M.A., Columbia, 1935- 
HARRIET LOUISE SCHUPP, Special Instructor in Institutional Management. S.B., 

Simmons College, 1932. 
RUTH MORGAN, Instructor in Home Economics. S.B., Universitv of New Mexico, 

1924; A.M., Columbia, 1935. 
MARY KATHERINE DRINAN, Assistant in Home Economics. S.B. , Simmons College, 

1934. 

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Library Science 




JUNE RICHARDSON DONNELLY, Professor of Library Science and Director of the 
School of Library Science. S.B., University of Cincinnati, 1895; B.L.S., New York 
State Library School, 1907. 

MARY ELIZABETH HYDE, Associate Professor of Library Science. A. B., Leland Stan- 
ford Junior University, 1901. 

NINA CAROLINE BROTHERTON, Associate Professor of Library Science. A.B., Vassar 
College, 1906; A.M., Boston University, 1931- 

ALICE LUCILE HOPKINS, Assistant Professor of Library Science. A. B., Smith College, 
1905; S.B., Simmons College, 1913. 

*FLORENCE TOLMAN BLUNT, Assistant Professor of Library Science. A.B., Mount 
Holyoke College; B.L.S., New York State Library School, 1903- 

ZOLTAN HARASZTI, Special Instructor in the History of the Book. J.D., Francis Joseph 
University, Hungary, 1913; A.M., Harvard University. 

MARY ELVIRA KAUFFMANN, Instructor in Library Science. A.B., Radcliffe College, 
1920; S.B., Simmons College, 1926; A.M., Boston University, 1934. 

MARGARET ELIZABETH DAVIS, Instructor in Library Science. A.B., Wheaton 
College, 1925; S.B., Simmons College, 1926. 

ELEANOR GRAVES BRACKETT (MRS.), Instructor in Library Science. S.B., Sim- 
mons College, 1927- 

JULIA RUTH ARMSTRONG, Instructor in Library Science. A.B., University of 
Rochester, 1928; A.M., University of Rochester, 1930; S.B., Simmons College, 
1932. 

ELIZABETH GRIFFITHS PARKER, Assistant in Library Science. A.B., Boston Uni- 
versity, 1929; S.B., Simmons College, 1930. 

*On leave of absence . 



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Modern Languages 



REGINALD RUSDEN GOODELL, Professor of Romance Languages, and Chairman of 
the Department of Modern Languages. A.B., A.M., Bowdoin College. 

BERTHA REED COFFMAN, Associate Professor of German. Ph.B., De Pauw Univer- 
sity, 1898; A.M., 1900; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1913- 

EVA LOUISE MARGUERITE MOTTET (Brevet Superteur), Associate Professor of 
Romance Languages . College of Montebeliard, France; A.M., Radcliffe College, 
1912. 

MARION EDNA BOWLER, Associate Professor of Modern Languages. A.B., University 
of Idaho, 1909; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1912. 

EDITH FISHTINE, Assistant Professor of Spanish. A.B., Boston University, 1925;Ph.D. 

MANFRED KLEIN, Instructor in German. A.B., College of the City of New York, 
1925; A.M., Columbia University, 1927. 

JOHN ANDREW HAMILTON, Special Instructor in Spanish. A.B., University of 
South Carolina, 1928; A.M., University of South Carolina, 1930; A.M., Harvard 
University, 1933- 

PHILIP ALLISON SHELLEY, Special Instructor in German. A.B., Pennsylvania State 
College, 1929; A.M., Harvard University, 1930. 



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Nursing 




HELEN WOOD, R.N., Professor of Nursing and Director of the School of Nursing. A.B., 
Mount Holyoke College, 1904; Diploma, Massachusetts General Hospital Train- 
ing School for Nurses, 1909; A.M., Columbia University, 1924. 

MARJORY STIMSON, R.N., Assistant Professor of Public Health Nursing. A.B., Smith 
College, 1918; Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing, 1921; S.B., 
Simmons College, 1922. 

RUFUS WHITAKER STIMSON, Special Instructor in Rural Problems. A.B., Harvard 
University, 1895; A.M., Harvard University, 1896; B.D., Yale University, 1897- 

MARIE LOIS DONAHOE, Lecturer on Mental Hygiene. A.B., Smith College, 1905- 

HENRY BYRON ELKIND, Lecturer on Mental Hygiene. M.D., Tufts College Medical 
School, 1915; Dr. P.H., Harvard School of Public Health, 1925. 

ETHEL M. FLETCHER, Lecturer on Social Case Work. A.B., Boston University, 1914. 

KATHARINE HITCHCOCK, R.N., Instructor in Public Health Nursing. Diploma, 
School of Nursing, Children's Hospital, Boston, 1920; S.B., Simmons College, 
1925. 

MARY LUISE DIEZ, Lecturer on Public Health Administration. M.D., Women's Medi- 
cal College of Pennsylvania, 1903- 

MARY ELIZABETH NORCROSS, R.N., Special Instructor in Nursing Education. 
Diploma, Children's Hospital School of Nursing, 1918; S.B., Columbia University, 
1927. 

EVANGELINE HALL MORRIS (MRS.), Lecturer on Social Hygiene. B.S., University 
of Bishops College, Que., 1921; B.N., Yale University School of Nursing, 1927. 

NELS ALBIN NELSON, Lecturer on Social Hygiene. S.B., Worcester Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, 1914; M.D., Long Island College Medical School, 1926. 

MARTHA RUTH SMITH, R.N., Instructor on Nursing. S.B., Columbia University, 
1924; A.M., Columbia University, 1931. 



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Physical Education 



FLORENCE SOPHRONIA DIALL, Associate Professor of Physical Education. Graduate 
of Sargent Normal School of Physical Education; Woods Hole Marine Labora- 
tory; DePauw University. 

JOSEPHINE M. CHAPMAN (MRS.), Instructor in Physical Education. S.B., Uni- 
versity of Texas, 1927. 



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Physics and 
Mathematics 




JAMES MEAD HYATT, Professor of Physics. A.B., Cornell University, 1918; Ph.D., 
Cornell University, 1922. 

LESLIE LYLE CAMPBELL, Professor of Physics, Emeritus. A.M., Ph.D., Washington 
and Lee University; A.M., Harvard University, 1904. 

LELAND DAVID HEMENWAY, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Physics. A.B., 
Colby College, 1917; A.M., Harvard University, 1923. 

HOWARD OLIVER STEARNS, Assistant Professor of Physics. S.B., Dartmouth Col- 
lege, 1915; S.M., Dartmouth College, 1917. 

CARL AUGUST PEARSON, Assistant Professor of Physics. A. B., Harvard University, 
1925; A.M., Harvard University, 1930. 

RAYMOND KENNETH JONES, Assistant Professor of Physics. S.B., Bates College, 
1925; S.M., Harvard University, 1931- 

LULA JOSLIN GAY (MRS.), Special Instructor in Physics. A.B., Brown University, 
1905; A.M., Brown University, 1906. 



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Psychology j Philosophy 
and Education 



HARRISON LEROY HARLEY, Professor of Psychology. S.B., University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1911; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1921. 

ANTOINETTE ROOF, Associate Professor of Education, Emerita. 

HARRY LEIGH BAKER, Instructor in Psychology and Education. A.B., Baker Uni- 
versity, 1920; S.B., Kansas State College, 1922; A.M., University of Chicago, 
1928; Ph.D., Yale University, 1934. 

MARGARET McGILL, Special Instructor in the History of Education. A.B., Mount 
Holyoke College; Ed.M., Harvard University. 

PHILIPPE SIDNEY deQUEBBEVILLE CABOT, Special Instructor in Psychology. 
B.A., University of New Zealand, 1925; M. A., University of New Zealand, 1927; 
M.A., Columbia University, 1931; M.A., Harvard University, 1935- 



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Secretarial Studies 




EDWARD HENRY ELDRIDGE, Professor of Secretarial Studies and Director of the 
School of Secretarial Studies. A.M., Temple University, 1903; Ph.D., Temple Uni- 
versity, 1S07- 

WALLACE MANAHAN TURNER, Professor of Accountancy, Emeritus. A.B., Harvard 
University, 1891; A.M., Harvard University, 1896. 

HELEN GOLLER ADAMS (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. A.B., 
Wellesley College, 1909; S.B., Simmons College, 1911; A.M., Boston University, 
1935. 

JENNIE BLAKENEY WILKINSON, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. S.B., 
Simmons College, 1911; Ed.M., Harvard University, 1931- 

EULA GERTRUDE FERGUSON, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies-. A.B., 
Wellesley College, 1911; S.B., Simmons College, 1918. 

FLORA McKENZIE JACOBS, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. Simmons 
College, 1909-1911. 

KATHLEEN BERGER (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. S.B., Boston 
University, 1931; Ed.M., 1932. 

VIOLA GRACE ENGLER, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. S.B., Simmons 
College, 1922; M.B.A., Boston University, 1932. 

CLARE LOUISE SWEENEY, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. A.B., Radcliffe 
College, 1917; S.B., Simmons College, 1921; Ed.M., Boston University, 1931. 

ISABELLA KELLOCK COULTER (MRS.), Instructor in Secretarial Studies. A.B., 
Radcliffe College, 1922; S.B., Simmons College, 1925; A.M., Boston University, 
1935- 

HELENA VERONICA O'BRIEN, Special Instructor in Commercial Latv . S.B., Simmons 
College, 1915; LL.B., Boston University, 1925- 

TILLY SVENSON DICKINSON (MRS.), 'instructor in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Sim- 
mons College, 1919. 

AGNES ELIZABETH CONWELL, Instructor in Secretarial Studies. A.B , Wellesley 
College, 1924; S.B., Simmons College, 1926. 

HAZEL RUTH NORTHRIDGE, Instructor in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Simmons Col- 
lege, 1926. 

DOROTHY FORD MacKENZIE (MRS.), Instructor in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Sim- 
mons College, 1928. 

ELIN FRANCES SONDERGARD, Instructor in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Simmons Col- 
lege, 1929. 

RUTH LAWTON WILMOT, Assistant in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Simmons College, 
1935. 

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Social Economy 



KATHARINE DAVIS HARD WICK, Professor of Social Economy and Director of the 
School of Social Work. A.B., Boston University, 1S07- 

JEFFREY RICHARDSON BRACKETT, Professor of Social Economy, Emeritus. A.B., 
Harvard University, 1883; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899. 

EVA WHITING WHITE (MRS-.), Professor of Social-Economy. S.B., Simmons College, 

1907. 

HERBERT COLLINS PARSONS, Special Instructor in Law and Picblic Administration. 
Boston University Law School; Honorary A.M., Harvard University, 1931. 

KATE McMAHON, Instructor in Social Economy. Connecticut State Normal School, 
1905; School of Social Work, 1910. 

HOWARD FRANK ROOT, Lecturer on Medical Information. A.B., Harvard Univer- 
sity, 1913; M.D., Harvard Medical School, 1919. 

FRANCES STERN, Lecturer on Dietetics in Social Service. 

HAROLD COE STUART, Lecturer on Medical Information. Litt.B., Princeton Uni- 
versity, 1914; M.D., Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
1918. 

ALICE CHANNING, Instructor in Social Economy. A.B., Radcliffe College, 1911; S.M., 
Simmons College, 1920; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1932. 

RICHARD CLARKE CABOT, Lecturer on Social Economy. A.B., Harvard University, 
1889; M.D., Harvard University, 1892; LL.D., University of Rochester, 1930. 

ALICE BORDEN HULING, Special Instructor in Social Case Work. A.B., Radcliffe 
College, 1907; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1935. 

MAIDA HERMAN SOLOMON (MRS.), Instructor in Social Economy. A.B., Smith 
College, 1912; S.B., Simmons College, 1914. 

ETHEL WARD DOUGHERTY, Supervisor of Community Field Work. A.B., Radcliffe 
College, 1903. 

RUTH LLOYD, Instructor in Social Economy . A.M. 

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Prince School of Store Service Education 

HELEN RICH NORTON, Associate Professor of Store Service Education and Acting Direc- 
tor of the Prince School of Store Service Education. A.B., Wellesley College, 1905- 

SHERRED WILLCOX ADAMS, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology. S.B., 
Columbia University, 1912. 

IRENE McALLISTER CHAMBERS, Assistant Professor of Store Service Education and 
Assistant to the Director of the Prince School of Store Service Education. Ph.B., Denison 
University, 1909; A.M., Columbia University, 1923; S.B., Simmons College, 1928. 

RUTH BACHELDER FRIEDBERG (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Store Service Educa- 
tion. A.B., Vassar College, 1923; S.M., Simmons College, 1924. 

JESSIE MILDRED STUART, Instructor in Store Service Education. S.B., Boston Uni- 
versity, 1934. 

STANLEY FERDINAND TEELE, Lecturer on the Economics of 'Business . A.B., Amherst 
College, 1928; D.C.S., Harvard University, 1933. 



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MARY LOUISE IMRIE 

President of 

Student Government Association 

1935-1936 



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S K \ I O K S 



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JEANNETTE SCOTT 
JEANE ELSE 
GRACE BOOTHBY 
GEORGIABELLE TAYLOR 



MAXINE BAILEY \ 
RUTH CLOSSON 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Student Government Representatives 
Executive Board 



CATHERINE DUNN 
LILLIAN MURDOCK 
HARRIET PATTERSON 
MURIEL STEWART 
FRANCES McCULLOUGH 



School of English 

General Science School 

School of Home Economics 

School of Secretarial Studies 

School of Library Science 



GREEN AND WHITE 
MICKEY MOUSE 



Class Colors 
Class Mascot 



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Honorary Members 



ROBERT MALCOLM GAY 




WARREN STENSON TRYON 




HARRY MAXWELL YARRELL 



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BETTY ADAMS 

Social Work 

117 Whitnev Road Medford, Massachusetts 



MARIOX ESTHER AITKEN 

Library Science 

32 Shute Street Everett, Massachusetts 



EDXA HARRIET ALADOYICH 

General Science 

495 Washington Street Haverhill. Massachusetts 



HARRIET GWEN ALBERT 
Social Work 
9135 USth Street Richmond Hill, New York 




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ALICE BARBARA APPEL 

Secretarial Studies 
10 Centennial Avenue Revere, Massachusetts 



RUTH ANDELMAN 

Social Work 

74 Highland Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts 



FRANCES ANN ALLEN 

Physical Education 

61 Cedar Street Rye, New York 




PAULA ASHKENAZY 
Secretarial Studies 
53 Commercial Street Lynn, Massachusetts 






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RUTH ELVER ASHLEY 






Secretarial Studies 






50 Hillsboro Road Medford, 


Massachusetts 




DOROTHY TIFT BACON 




Genera 


/ Science 




2226 Post Street 


Jacksonville, Florida 




ANITA BADGER 

General Science 
Rangeley, Maine 





DOROTHY LOUISE BAESSLER 
Secretarial Studies 
44 Dedham Street Hyde Park, Massachusetts 




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ANNETTE DAUBER BAUM 
Social Work 
51 Magnolia Street Maiden, Massachusetts 



HELEN BARR 

English 

12 Cypress Street Norwood, Massachusetts 



30 Bellingham Street 



DOROTHY MAXINE BAILEY 
Library Science 

Chelsea, Massachusetts 




ELVA HUNTINGTON BECKETT 

Library Science 
11 Emerson Street Peabodv, Massachusetts 



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FAY NATALIE BENNETT 

Secretarial Studies 

11 Jefferson Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts 



KATHLEEN BIRTWELL 

Library Science 
253 Engle Street Tenafly, New Jersey 



ALICE MURIEL BISBEE 

Home Economics 

524 Eliot Street Milton, Massachusetts 



LEONORA MARIE BIXBY 
Home Economics 
1 Mount Pleasant Terrace Roxbury, Massachusetts 




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GRACE ELIZABETH BOWEN 

Social Work 

361 Stetson Street Fall River, Massachusetts 



GRACE ALDEN BOOTHBY 

Secretarial Studies 
103 Lewis Avenue Walpole, Massachusetts 



SYLVIA BLOOMFIELD 

Social Work 

20 Brockton Avenue Haverhill, Massachusetts 




ELIZABETH MAY BOYCE 

Library Science 
154 Main Street Andover, Massachusetts 



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. KATHERINE ELIZABETH BRITTON 
Home Economics 
2 Severance Street Claremont, New Hampshire 



Box 2012 



MARJORIE BROOKS 
Home Economics 

Cristobal, Canal Zone 



ALICE MARIE BUCKLEY 

Library Science 
28 St. Albans Road Boston, Massachusetts 



DOROTHY HENSHAW BUCKLEY 
Secretarial Studies 
602 Ccuntv Street Fall River. Massachusetts 




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VIRGINIA FRANCES BURGESS 
Home Economics 



14 Allen Street 



Arlington, Massachusetts 



ELIZABETH ANNA BURCH 
Library Science 
2591 South Broad Street Trenton, New Jersey 



EVELYN HARVEY BURACK 

Secretarial Studies 
54 Lawton Street Brookline, Massachusetts 




ALICE CLAIRE BURKE 

Home Economics 
13 Thornley Street Dorchester, Massachusetts 



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LILLIAN DEMAGISTRI BURNER 

General Science 

87 Florence Street Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 



WINIFRED DOROTHY BURNS 

Home Economics 

204 Main Street Maiden, Massachusetts 



JACQUELINE WORRALL BURR 

Secretarial Studies 
8 Windsor Street Arlington, Massachusetts 



JEAN DORIS BURT 
Secretarial Studies 
371 Lenox Avenue South Orange, New Jersey 




45 





CATHERINE FRANCES CAMP ANA 
Home Economics 
I Jefferson Avenue Everett, Massachusetts 



JEANNETTE ALLEN CABEEN 

Library Science 

140 Essex Street Beverly, Massachusetts 



ESTHER MALKA BYER 

Home Economics 

114 St. Paul Street Brookline, Massachusetts 




DELPHINE BARBARA CAMPBELL 
Social Work 
368 East 8th Street South Boston, Massachusetts 



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LOUISE MATHILDA CARLSON 

Nursing 
421 North Monroe Street Titusville, Pennsylvania 



NAOMI NAYLOR CARTWRIGHT 

Nursing 
12 Lenox Place Maplewood, New Jersey 



MARY PATRICIA CASSIDY 

Nursing 
1 Kendall Road Lexington, Massachusetts 



DOROTHY IDA CEDERBERG 

Social Work 
35 Eustis Street Cambridge, Massachusetts 




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LUCIA WOODRUFF CHARLTON 

English 
6 Western Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts 



HELEN CONSTANCE CHARD 

Secretarial Studies 



205 29th Street, North 



St. Petersburg, Florida 



PAULINE EVELINA CHARBONNEAU 

Nursing 

79 Hampstead Road Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 




DORIS CAROLINE CHUTE 

Library Science 
1051 Adams Street Dorchester, Massachusetts 



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ANNE HELENA CLARK 

Library Science 

70 Fort Street Fairhaven, Massachusetts 



PAULINE IRENE CLAYTON 

Secretarial Studies 
199 Babcock Street Brookline, Massachusetts 



RUTH ELLEN CLOSSON 

General Science 

26 Pleasant Street Milton, Massachusetts 



CAROLINE ELIZABETH COLE 
Social Work 
Main Street West Medway, Massachusetts 




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ANNETTE ELIZABETH CROCKER 

Library Science 

East Tawas, Michigan 



EVELYN MARIE COYLE 

Secretarial Studies 

18 Hillcroft Road Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 



HELEN ROSAMON COLE 

Library Science 
Depot Street Hillsboro, New Hampshire 




IRENE MARY CRONIN 
Home Economics 
4 Larkin Road Medford, Massachusetts 



50 






NELLIE PAULINE CROSBY 

Secretarial Studies 

14 Melville Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts 



CATHERINE GERTRUDE CUNNINGHAM 

General Science 

294 Washington Street Dorchester, Massachusetts 



THELMA TILLIE CUSHNER 
Home Economics 
100 Grove Street Chelsea, Massachusetts 



MARY VIRGINIA DALY 
Secretarial Studies 
33 Merrvmount Avenue Wollaston, Massachusetts 




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CHRISTINA DOLL DICKERMAN 

Library Science 
104 South Main Street Wallingford, Connecticut 



HELEN LOUISE DEACON 

Secretarial Studies 
31 Stow Street Concord, Massachusetts 



RUTH DARR 

Social Work 
85 Quincy Shore Drive Atlantic, Massachusetts 




EDNA FRANCES DOLE 

General Science 
34 High Street Peterborough, New Hampshire 




MARIAN AMES DOWST 

Nursing 

164 Federal Street Salem, Massachusetts 



FLORENCE MARIE DuMOULIN 

General Science 

228 Minot Street Dorchester, Massachusetts 



CATHERINE HYACINTHE DUNN 

English 

160 F Street South Boston, Massachusetts 



MARY LUCILE DURKIN 
Library Science 
1600 Vance Street Chattanooga, Tennessee 







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ANNA ZITA ESHENFELDER 

Secretarial Studies 

36 Garfield Avenue New London, Connecticut 



JEANE LOUISE ELSE 

Home Economics 

28 Warwick Road Melrose, Massachusetts 



PRISCILLA JEAN ELLIOTT 
Secretarial Studies 
Pomfret Centre, Connecticut 




ELIZABETH FARRAR 

Library Science 
South Great Road South Lincoln, Massachusetts 



54 




MARY EDITH FARRELL 

Nursing 

333 Longvvood Avenue Boston, Massachusetts 



ANNA MARIE FARREN 

Secretarial Studies 

371 Broadway Somerville, Massachusetts 



FRANCES FISHMAN 

Secretarial Studies 

45 Canton Street Manchester, New Hampshire 



MARY PATRICIA FITZPATRICK 
Home Economics 
50 High Street Charlestown, Massachusetts 







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VIRGINIA STEWART FREEMAN 

Home Economics 

208 Morrison Avenue West Somerville, Massachusetts 



MILDRED FOSTER 

Nursing 
24 Essex Street Beverly, Massachusetts 



ALTA LOUISE FOGG 

Secretarial Studies 

26 Monadnock Street Boston, Massachusetts 




60 Beryl Street 



FANNIE FRENI 
Secretarial Studies 

Roslindale, Massachusetts 



56 




RUTH ELIZABETH GALWAY 

Secretarial Studies 
12 Rosa Street Hyde Park, Massachusetts 



RUTH LOUISE GANNETT 

English 

52 Tuxedo Road Montclair, New Jersey 



ANNA MARILYN GASS 

Secretarial Studies 

27 County Road Chelsea, Massachusetts 



DORIS MARY GATES 
Home Economics 
22 Mansion Street Coxsackie, New York 




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MARTHA GENEVIEVE GLASS 

Secretarial Studies 

353 Cornell Avenue Elyria, Ohio 



VIRGINIA LEE GERRISH 

English 
Central Romana La Romana, Republica Dominicana 



FRANCES MARIE GAUM 

Secretarial Studies 

176 Mystic Valley Parkway Winchester, Massachusetts 




MILDRED GLAZZIN 
Secretarial Studies 
169 South Athol Road Athol, Massachusetts 






58 




ETHEL GORDON 

Secretarial Studies 

44 Marshland Street Haverhill, Massachusetts 



MIRIAM MARCIA GORDON 
Secretarial Studies 
Albion Street Somerville, Massachusetts 



ETHEL GOREN 

Library Science 

26 Schuyler Street Roxbury, Massachusetts 



BERNICE GERTRUDE GOULD 
English 
R.F.D., Gould Road Westford, Massachusetts 




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ROSE CHRISTINE GRAVES 

Nursing 
31 Elm Street Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 



CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH GRAVES 

Library Science 
Pelham Road Amherst, Massachusetts 



HELEN ELIZABETH GRADY 

Secretarial Studies 
70 Weston Street Brockton, Massachusetts 




DOROTHY ELIZABETH HAAS 
Home Economics 
1000 Van Dyke Street Detroit, Michigan 



00 




LILLIAN EDITH HALONEN 
Social Work 
62 Mary Street Quincy, Massachusetts 



RUTH BILLINGS HANNA 

English 

12 Perkins Street Worcester, Massachusetts 



RUTH LILLIAN HANNA 

Home Economics 

5 Leonard Street Foxboro, Massachusetts 



RUHAMAH MARION HARRIS 
Home Economics 
43 Quincy Street Medford, Massachusetts 




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MILDRED BOOTH HENRY 

Nursing 

4 Ashland Place Taunton, Massachusetts 



ELIZABETH IRENE HELLER 

General Science 
367 Adams Street Dorchester, Massachusetts 



ADRIANNA WHITMORE HART 

Home Economics 

79 Hastings Street West Roxbury, Massachusetts 




FRIEDA HERTZ 
Social Work 
3434 Knox Place Bronx, New York 



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CATHERINE MARY HIGGINS 

Secretarial Studies 

200 Walnut Street Holyoke, Massachusetts 



LUCILLE FLORENCE HILL 

Social Work 

3 Oak Hill Road Saugus, Massachusetts 



MABEL MARION HINKLE 
Library Science 
26 Dexter Road Newtonville, Massachusetts 



HELEN JOSEPHINE HIRSCHFELD 
Home Economics 
9 Colony Place Meriden, Connecticut 




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KATHLEEN RAMONA HORNE 

Secretarial Studies 
733 East Merrimack Street Lowell, Massachusetts 



MELBA LISA HOLMES 

Secretarial Studies 

549 Washington Street Abington, Massachusetts 



ELIZABETH MARY HOGERTY 

Home Economics 

87 Demins Street Pittsfield, Massachusetts 




BARBARA ANN HOSMER 
Library Science 
6 Columbia Street Westheld, Massachusetts 






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MARY FRANCES HOWLEY 

Home Economics 

29 Edgewood Circle Quincy, Massachusetts 



SHIRLEY HOYT 

General Science 

260 Holmes Road Pittsfield, Massachusetts 



ELEANOR HURD 

Secretarial Studies 

128 Melrose Street Melrose, Massachusetts 



314 Otis Street 



MARY LOUISE IMRIE 

English 



West Newton, Massachusetts 




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DOROTHY KAPLINSKY 

Social Work 

35 Martin Street Holyoke, Massachusetts 



ELIZABETH WILSON JOSEPH 

General Science 
10 Drayton Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts 



HELEN GERTRUDE JOHNSON 

Social Work 
4 Charlotte Road Newton Centre, Massachusetts 




ESTHER KARNOW 

Social Work 
1782 Beacon Street Brookline, Massachusetts 



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ETHEL LILLIAN KAUFMAN 

Secretarial Studies 

1089 Blue HilJ Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts 



MARY LOUISE KEARNEY 

Secretarial Studies 

60 Walter Street Roslindale, Massachusetts 



EDITH MILDRED KELLEY 

English 
Salem Depot, New Hampshire 



IRENE ELIZABETH KELLY 
Library Science 
25 Champnev Street Brighton, Massachusetts 




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LOUISE MARGARET KOCH 

Nursing 

16 Maple Street Turners Falls, Massachusetts 



MARY SARAH KINGSBURY 

Home Economics 

24 Rockland Avenue Maiden, Massachusetts 



MARY ANNA KING 
Secretarial Studies 
Berkshire Street Cambridge, Massachusetts 




THERESA APOLINA KOWALCZYK 

Library Science 
91 Ward Street Worcester, Massachusetts 



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HARRIET KRENSKY 

Social Work 

29 Waban Street Roxbury, Massachusetts 



MARGARET ELIZABETH LANE 

Library Science 

Lane Avenue North Brookfield, Massachusetts 



JESSIE REBECCA LANSBERG 

Secretarial Studies 
1252 Great Plain Avenue Needham, Massachusetts 



ANNA MARY LATHAM 

Secretarial Studies 

115 South Street Portsmouth, New Hampshire 




69 




ETHEL LILLY 

Social Work 
21 Elmwood Park Maiden, Massachusetts 



DAVIDA SYBIL LIBERMAN 

Library Science 

41 Dwight Street Brookline, Massachusetts 



MARY ELIZABETH LAWSING 

Home Economics 

Randolph Center, Vermont 




IRENE VIVIAN LINDHOLM 
Secretarial Studies 
12 Greene Street Wollaston, Massachusetts 



70 




JEANNETTE LODGEN 

Social Work 

4S Boylston Street Maiden, Massachusetts 



BETTY FRASER LORD 

Secretarial Studies 

87 Lake View Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts 



ADELMA MAUD LOWE 

Library Science 

95 Main Street Ashland, Massachusetts 



FRANCES McCULLOUGH 
Library Science 
South Main Street Mercersburg, Pennsylvania 




71 






JANET EMILY MACKIE 

Nursing 

185 Park Avenue Rochester, New York 



ELIZABETH ANNE MACKEY 

Home Economics 

179 Aspinwall Avenue Brookline, Massachusetts 



VERONICA ANN McGUIRE 

Home Economics 

Stonington, Maine 




ELEANORA MAIRS 

Secretarial Studies 

187 Hammond Street Waltham, Massachusetts 



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IDA MALETZ 

Home Economics 

317 St. Paul Street Brookline, Massachusetts 



JULIA MANASTER 
Secretarial Studies 
68 Iffley Road Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 



MARION MARGARETE MARTO 

Social Work 

112 Salem Street Boston, Massachusetts 



MARIE ELIZABETH MATHEKE 

General Science 

328 Sussex Avenue Newark, New Jersey 




73 




EDITH STOCKTON MERIAM 

Library Science 
44 Montgomery Avenue Kensington, Maryland 



BARBARA MAY 

General Science 
4 Agassiz Park Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 



JANE ELIZABETH MATHEWS 

Secretarial Studies 

24 Fairmont Street Belmont, Massachusetts 




ELEANOR CHARLOTTE MERRIMAN 
Secretarial Studies 

Waltham, Massachusetts 



15 Irving Street 



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KATHERINE ESTELLE MERRITT 

Home Economics 

Cataumet, Massachusetts 



RUTH SEERLEY MESSER 

Secretarial Studies 

15 Latham Street Williamstown, Massachusetts 



JEAN ELIZABETH MEYER 

Library Science 

South Main Street Cohasset, Massachusetts 



ELEANOR READ MILLER 

Home Economics 

Putney, Vermont 




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MARION ELSIE MORSS 

Library Science 

612 Adams Street North Abington, Massachusetts 



ADELINE ALICE MORRISSEY 

Library Science 
106 Summer Street South Walpole, Massachusetts 



DOROTHY ESTHER MOORE 

Library Science 
Jasmin Point New Port Richie, Florida 




LILLIAN GERTRUDE MURDOCK 

General Science 
632 Canton Avenue Milton, Massachusetts 



76 





GLADYS KATHERINE MURRAY 
Home Economics 
380 Hvde Park Avenue Roslindale, Massachusetts 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH NEWTON 

Library Science 
45 Dysart Street Quincy, Massachusetts 



MARY KITFIELD NUTTER 

General Science 
15 Hawes Avenue Melrose Highlands, Massachusetts 



ANNA MARGARET O'CONNOR 

Secretarial Studies 

41 Commercial Street Marblehead, Massachusetts 




77 




EVELYN MARGARET OLEN 

English 

14 Eden Avenue West Newton, Massachusetts 



MARY ALFREDA OLDS 

English 

Stony Hill Windsor, Connecticut 



ARAX MIRIAM ODABASHIAN 

Library Science 

109 Willow Avenue East Bridgewater, Massachusetts 




SELMA VIRGINIA OLSEN 

Library Science 

58 Bellingham Avenue Beachmont, Massachusetts 



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MARY WILSON ORMOND 
Nursing 

10 North Hancock Street Lexington, Massachusetts 



EDA CAROLYN PADDOCK 

Social Science 
3916 Clark Street Kansas City, Missouri 



HARRIET ROE PATTERSON 

Home Economics 

485 Stage Road Monroe, New York 



SARAH FULLER PEASE 

Home Economics 

404 Main Street Suffield, Connecticut 




19 






MARJORIE ISABEL PINE 

Secretarial Studies 

565 Kelley Street Manchester, New Hampshire 



BARBARA WOOD PIERCE 

Home Economics 
42 Common Street Braintree, Massachusetts 



HELENA FRANCES PERRY 

Secretarial Studies 
11 Catharine Street Worcester, Massachusetts 




ELIZABETH MERRILL POOR 

Home Economics 

20 Occom Ridge Hanover, New Hampshire 



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DOROTHY GENEVIEVE POTTER 

Library Science 
Ulster, Pennsylvania 



ROSETTA MARIE PUGLIANO 

General Science 
174 Broadway Boston, Massachusetts 



CAROLINE ROBERTA QUESSY 

General Science 

174 Broadway Methuen, Massachusetts 



ELIZABETH LILLIAN REARDON 

Secretarial Studies 
18 Kilgore Avenue West Medford, Massachusetts 




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DOROTHY MARGARET ROGERS 

Library Science 
117 First Street Melrose, Massachusetts 



JANE SEATON RODMAN 

Landscape Architecture 
Richfield Springs, New York 



MARGARET ROBINSON 

Nursing 

230 Cypress Street Brookline, Massachusetts 




MIRIAM ROSOFF 

General Science 

3190 Main Street Springfield, Massachusetts 



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RUTH ELIZABETH RUDD 

Secretarial Studies 

534 Weeramoe Street Fall River, Massachusetts 



ELIZABETH SILLIMAN RUITER 
Secretarial Studies 
120 Main Street St. Johnsbury, Vermont 



RITA SACKNOFF 

Social Work 

90 Morning Street Portland, Maine 



RACHEL MARY SANTOLIQUIDO 

Library Science 

78 Harlow Street Arlington, Massachusetts 




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ESTHER REBECCA SCHOONMAKER 

Secretarial Studies 
Far View Farm Amherst, Massachusetts 



GERTRUDE MARIE SCHAEFER 

English 
46 Graves Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts 



ELIZABETH MOORE SAVAGE 

Library Science 
91 South Main Street Middleboro, Massachusetts 




ELEANOR FRANCES SCHULTZ 

English 

17 Lake Street Amesburv, Massachusetts 



84 




HILDA ROSE SCHWALL 

Secretarial Studies 
121 Intervale Street Roxbury, Massachusetts 



NATALIE ROSE SCIGLIANO 

Secretarial Studies 
37 Montvale Street Roslindale, Massachusetts 



THELMA GRACE SCORGIE 

Secretarial Studies 

131 Trapelo Road Belmont, Massachusetts 



JEANNETTE ELIZABETH SCOTT 

English 

43 Highland Avenue Melrose, Massachusetts 




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24 Dix Street 



MARY SOLOWAY 

Social Work 

Worcester, Massachusetts 



MILDRED IDA SMITH 

Library Science 
41 Wolcott Street Portland, Maine 



MARY ELIZABETH SILVA 

Library Science 
91 Plain Street Taunton, Massachusetts 




ELSA LOUISE STEELE 

General Science 

21 South Street Portsmouth, New Hampshire 



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RUTH CORELLA STEVENS 

Home Economics 

7 West Street North Woburn, Massachusetts 



HELEN RUTH BURNETT STEWART 

Home Economics 

43 Bradford Road Watertown, Massachusetts 



MARIAN ELIZABETH STEWART 

Library Science 

34 Menotomy Road Arlington, Massachusetts 



MURIEL GLADYS STEWART 

Secretarial Studies 

46 Jackson Road West Medford, Massachusetts 




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DOROTHY JUSTINA SULLIVAN 

Physical Education 
40 Lake Street Brighton, Massachusetts 



PRISCILLA STOWELL 

Secretarial Studies 
Dixfield, Maine 



ELIZABETH RUTH STOLOFF 

Social Work 
885 Hayward Street Manchester, New Hampshire 




IRMA RUTH TANNER 

Home Economics 

20 4th Street Attleboro, Massachusetts 






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GEORGIABELLE TAYLOR 

Library Science 
South Shaftsbury, Vermont 



Box 47 



MILDRED ELIZABETH TRIPP 
Nursing 

Hancock, New Hampshire 



JANET ETHEL TULLER 

Secretarial Studies 

19 Ransom Road Newton Centre, Massachusetts 



JANE WAINRIGHT 

Secretarial Studies 

3 Henderson Road Fairfield, Connecticut 




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ELIZABETH ANN WEBSTER 

Home Economics 

210 Sherman Street Canton, Massachusetts 



JEANETTE STEPHENS WALSH 

Library Science 

16 Hope Street Attleboro, Massachusetts 



BEATRICE SARAH WALSH 

Social Work 

School Street Chatham, Massachusetts 




LOUISE RUTH WEISCOPF 

Library Science 

18 Denton Terrace Roslindale, Massachusetts 



90 






OLIVE ELIZABETH WERME 

Secretarial Studies 

48 Tower Street Worcester, Massachusetts 



ELEANOR ANN WHITCOMB 

Home Economics 

74 Perkins Street Springfield, Massachusetts 



PAULINE WINNICK 

Library Science 
131 Homestead Street Roxbury, Massachusetts 



ELIZABETH ELLIS WOOD 

Nursing 
122 Bedford Street New Bedford, Massachusetts 




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IRENE ZWISLER 

Nursing 

51 Cherry Hill. Holyoke, Massachusetts 



RUTH SHATTUCK WRIGHT 

Library Science 

Enosburg Falls, Vermont 



CATHERINE BLANCHE WRIGHT 

Secretarial Studies 
84 Bower Street Roxbury, Massachusetts 



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VIRGINIA BEALS 

English 

207 Church Street Newton, Massachusetts 

DRUCILLE BEVIN 

Physical Education 
11 Lakeview Street East Hampton, Connecticut 

LENA LOUISE BONNEY 

Social Work 

247 Forest Street Medford, Massachusetts 

ELIZABETH BUCKLEY 

Physical Education 
140 Elmwood Road Swampscott, Massachusetts 

CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH DOWD 

Home Economics 
20 Westcott Street Dorchester, Massachusetts 

MARJORIE RUSSELL DUFFY 

Physical Education 
25 Maple Street Lexington, Massachusetts 

RUTH FIFIELD JENCKS 

Physical Education 

98 Cedar Street Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

SARAH JORDAN 

Social Work 

391 Ferry Street Everett, Massachusetts 

GERTRUDE LOUISE McCARTHY 

Social Work 

10 Welleslev Park Dorchester, Massachusetts 

ISABELLE PATRICIA REGAN 

Home Economics 

1 Canton Street North Easton, Massachusetts 

HAZEL ELIZABETH STAFFORD 

English 
56 South Central Street Bradford, Massachusetts 

DOROTHY ALMA TEWKSBURY 

English 

21 Oak Street Derry, New Hampshire 

MARTHA LOUISE WILLARD 

Physical Education 
200 Clifton Street Belmont, Massachusetts 

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Former Members of the Class 



ADAMS, MARY 
AMIDON, RUTH 
ARENDTZ, WINIFRED 
BENSON, ELIZABETH 
BERGSTROM, MILDRED 
BERMAN, SELMA 
BERNHARDT, LILLIAN 
BLAKE, MARJORIE 
BLANEY, MARIE 
BLANK, RUTH 
BLAZO, ELSA 
BROOKS, MARJORIE 
CHAMBERLAIN, VIOLA 
CHANDLER, PHYLLIS 
CHIPMAN, MARY 
CHURCH, BARBARA 

CHUTE, DORIS 

CLEAVES, MARJORIE 

CLIFFORD, ALICE 

COFFRIN, CATHERINE 

COHEN, FRIEDA 

COHN, MAE 

CREEDAN, MARIE 

DAVIS, SELMA 

DEAN, GENEVIEVE 

DINGMAN, BEATRICE 

DOWD, MARGARET 

DRECHSEL, MARGUERITE 

DREW, CATHERINE 

DRISCOLL, NORA 

DUKE, ADASSIE 

EVERS, MURIEL 

FINN, LUCILLE 

FISHER, FRANCES 

FREEDMAN, ESTHER 

FULHAM, ELLEN 

FULTON, ANN 

GARRITY, HELEN 

GIBBONS, ALMA 

GLAZER, RUTH 

GOFF, ALICE 

GOFF, LILLIAN 

GOMBERG, MAE 

GOUGH, CATHERINE 



GRAY, ISABEL 
GREENBERG, SARAH 
HAGEN, MARJORIE 
HALE, HELEN 
HATCH, FRANCES 
HATCH, LILLIAN 
HENDERSON, MARGARET 
HENRY, BARBARA 
HERBERT, JANET 
HIGGINSON, EVELYN 
HOAR, PHYLLIS 
HOGAN, MARGARET 
HOLMQUIST, CHRISTINA 
HOMS, KATHRYN 
HOPKINS, MARGARET 
HOWE, MADELINE 
HURWITZ, BEATRICE 

JACKSON, DOROTHY 

JACKSON, ELIZABETH 

JENKINS, VERNA 

JOHNSON, RUTH 

JOHNSTON, JANE 

JORDON, JANET 

JOSLIN, HELEN 

KELLERMAN, BARBARA 

KESSLER, DORIS 

KINNIERY, RUTH 

KLAYMAN, FRANCES 

LaPIERRE, RUTH 

LINCOLN, LILLIAN 

LOCK, BEATRICE 

MacCALLUM, MARGARET 

Mcdonald, Virginia 

McLANE, NELL 
McNALLY, MARY 
McPARLAND, DOROTHEA 
MARDER, ETHEL 
MARSHALL, ELEANOR 
MEATH, MABEL 
MEYER, JEAN 
MIDDLETON, ELLIDA 
MILLER, CONSTANCE 
MILLET, GRACE 
MOORE, CAROL 



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MORIN, MARY 
MORSE, BARBARA 
NEWBURY, JANET 
NIZIANKOWICZ, STASIA 
NORTHRUP, OLIVE 
O'BRIEN, GRACE 
OFFENGAND, RUTH 
OSTROY, JEANETTE 
PACKARD, WINIFRED 
PEMBERTON, PHYLLIS 
PETERSON, GERTRUDE 
PHILLIP, CELIA-JO 
PUTNAM, CONSTANCE 
PUTNAM, EDITH 
QUIGLEY, JANE 
REYNOLDS, ANITA 
ROCKMAN, EVELYN 
SANTTI, ALICE 
SARGENT, DOROTHY 
SCHADT, MARGARET 
SCHREIBER, MINNA 
SHENFIELD, EVELYN 
SHULKIN, IDA 
SMITH, BARBARA 



SMITH, ELIZABETH 
SMITH, SARA 
STADELMAN, MILDRED 
STANLEY, DOROTHY 
STANSFIELD, FRANCES 
STONE, MILDRED 
THOMBS, MABELL 
THOMPSON, DOROTHY 
THORTON, HELEN 
UNOBSKY, DORA 
VAN HORSEN, MARGARET 
WALTER, JANE 
WANSER, RUTH 
WEINERT, BERENICE 
WENT WORTH, KATHERINE 
WHITCHER, NANCY 
WHITNEY, SARAH 
WILSON, MARION 
WOLFF, BARBARA 
WOODBURY, DORIS 
YETMAN, GERTRUDE 
YURELIONIS, LILLIAN 
ZICKELL, HELEN 



95 



JUNIORS 




Oi 



CATHERINE O'DONNELL 
ADELAIDE SPEAR 
MARGARET KYLE 
HARLENE BADGER 
ANNE BARRY 
POLLY HOLMES 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Student Government Representatives 



J 



Executive Board 



JANET PATTERSON 
FRANCES WATERHOUSE 
HELEN CHANDLER 
HELEN EMERY 
ANNE BARRY 
MARY AMES 



School of English 

General Science School 

School of Home Economics 

School of Secretarial Studies 

School of Social Service 

School of Library Science 



BLUE AND WHITE 
RAGGEDY ANN 



Class Colors 
Class Mascot 



99 



ABBOT, ROSALIE ADELE 
ALDEN, RUTH HODGSON 
ALPER, LILLIAN 
AMES, MARY 

AMSDEN, THELMA BOWEN 
ANDERSON, DORIS E. 
ANDERSON, ELSA I. W. 
ANDREWS, ELIZABETH 
BADGER, HARLENE OAKES 
BAGDON, WANDA BIRUTHA 
BAKER, MARJORIE LOUISE 
BALCUNAS, LILY NATALIE 
BALLOU, PRISCILLA 
BANES, MARGARET 
BARRON, ROBERTA SHEPPY 
BARRY, ANNE MARIE 
BATSON, HARRIET ADRIENNE 
BAUR, RUTH CAROLINE 
BEACH, JEAN-CLAIRE 
BEAL, MARY ELIZABETH 
BEASOM, ELIZABETH JANE 
BEEDLE, MARION 
BEESINGER, VELMA ESTELLE 
BENTLEY, MARJORIE LOUISE 
BERKMAN, CHARLOTTE BELLE 
BERRY, RUTH 
BLAKE, JULIA ELIZABETH 
BLOOM,' PHYLLIS CHARLOTTE 
BOWDOIN, OLIVE DOROTHEA 
BOYER, EVA GRACE 
BRALIT, WALLY MILDRED 
BRODY, IRENE SYDNEY 
BROWNE, RUTH BLACKINTON 
BROWNING, DOROTHY AILEENE 
BRYAN, HELEN FRANCES 
BULLARD, MARJORIE LOUISE 
BULMAN, MARGARET BRADLEY 
BURACK, RUTH NOVOGROD 
BURCHSTEAD, MARION AGNES 
BURNS, ANNE CATHERINE 
BUTKUS, LEDA ANNE 
CARD, LOUISE BUCKLEY 
CARR, IRENE MARIE 
CARTLAND, FRANCES ELAINE 
CHALMERS, DORIS MEAD 
CHANDLER, HELEN ELIZABETH 
CHANDLER, MARGARET 
CHASE, VERA OR A 



CHERNOFF, SYLVIA SELMA 
CLARK, ELEANOR MAY 
COHEN, LOUISE ENID 
COHN, FLORENCE 
CONNELLY, FRANCES MARY 
COOK, LUCILLE ELEANOR 
COSTELLO, ALLIEAN LILLIAN 
CRAWLEY, DOROTHEA GRACE 
CROFT, MARY 
CUMMINGS, CLARA GARY 
CUNNINGHAM, RUTH ELIZABETH 
CURRAN, ANNA SYLVIA 
CUSTANCE, RUTH BARBARA 
DALZELL, ALICE GERTRUDE 
DAVIDSON, LOIS GERTRUDE 
DODGE, MARY JEANNETTE 
DOLAN, LOUISE SHANNON 
DOYLE, DOROTHY 
DREW, POLLY 
DULMAN, SYLVIA RUTH 
EASTMAN, SHIRLEY MARTHA 
ELLIS, BARBARA 
EMERY, HELEN ROSEMARY 
FARRAR, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH 
FARREN, ANNA MARIE 
FAULKNER, MURIEL SNOW 
FEELEY, HELEN VIRGINIA 
FIORENTINO, LEONTINA EAUFEMIA 
FOGLER, MARGARET EVELYN 
FORD, LAURA POLLY 
FOWLER, CONSTANCE LOIS 
FRENCH, ISABEL 
FREND, ELEANORE SARAH 
GERTSEN, ALICE MARIE 
GIDLEY, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH 
GIFFORD, ELIZABETH AMY 
GOLDBERG, MARIAN EVELYNE 
GOLDBERG, MARTHA 
GOOD ALE, PARMYS 
GOODMAN, MILDRED MURIEL 
GOODRICH, JEAN ELIZABETH 
GOODWIN, ELEANOR MAY 
GRALA, VICTORIA BARBARA 
GRIFFIN, JUNE LOUISE 
HAGEN, MARJORIE BURNETT 
HALLORAN, PRISCILLA 
HART, ELIZABETH 
HART, JANE MacDOWELL 



100 



HARTNETT, GERTRUDE ANN 
HAYNES, CARYL ELIZABETH 
HEALEY, BARBARA FRANCES 
HEMENWAY, MARIANNA 
HINDLEY, BEATRICE 
HINE, HELEN GERTRUDE 
HODGES, ELIZABETH TRUZAL 
HODGKINS, ELIZABETH 
HOLMES, MARY GILPATRICK 
HORWITZ, SOPHIE 
HOWLEY, MARY FRANCES 
HUNT, DOROTHY MARION 
JACOBS, BETH 
JACOBS, VIRGINIA HELENE 
JACOBSON, BERNICE 
JEFFREY, HELEN IRONSIDE 
JENNEY, BEATRICE 
JENSEN, ALICE CONSTANCE 
JEWETT, ETHEL-LOUISE 
JONES, BARBARA ELIZABETH 
JUDD, MARGARET PRESTON 
KELLER, GLENICE LOUISE 
KENYON, ELAINE KNIGHT 
KYLE, MARGARET JOAN 
LAIRD, JEAN AUGUSTA 
LANE, GERTRUDE ANNAH 
LATAKAS, JOSEPHINE MARION 
LEONARD, GLADYS WILLIAMS 
LEVENTHAL, DOROTHY 
LINTON, JEANNETTE 
LOCK, BEATRICE ARONSON 
LONG, ELEANOR WYMAN 
LORD, MARTHA GRACE 
LOWCOCK, HELEN ELIZABETH 
LUNDBERG, DOROTHY EVANGELINE 
MACKESEY, LUCILLE CLAIRE 
MACKEY, ELIZABETH ANNE 
MacCALLUM, MARGARET FRANCES 
MacLENNAN, ROSE CATHERINE 
MacQUARRIE, FLORENCE EDNA 

McCaffrey, marguerite muriel 
McCarthy, eleanor Elizabeth 
mcconnell, louise grace 
mcgrath, jessie catherine 
mcgrath, katherine anne 
mckeigue, eleanor cashman 
mcpherson, betty louise 
mann, barbara tallant 



MANNIX, MARY TERESE CLAIRE 
MARTIN, DAHLIA FRANCES 
MATHESON, VIRGINIA JOCELYN 
MATHEWS, MADELYN THERESA 
MATHEWSON, DOROTHY IRENE 
MEDEIROS, ELINOR ISABELLE 
MELANSON, ILAH ALICE 
MILLER, GRACE AUGUSTA 
MINES, EVELYN LESLIE 
MITCHELL, EVELYN LOUISE 
MOULTON, RUTH GEORGIANNA 
MOYNAHAN, CATHERINE MARIE 
MUHLENBERG, ANNE ELIZABETH 
MUIR, CATHERINE MARTHA 
NAKASHIAN, NUART CARMELA 
NEWCOMB, DORIS FELTER 
NEWMAN, MARJORIE LOUISE 
NIMMO, EVELYN RUTH 
NYE, HELEN 

O'DONNELL, CATHERINE LOUISE 
OLIVER, JEAN ISABELLE 
O'ROURKE, RITA 
OSBORNE, ELIZABETH 
PAINE, HARRIET MYRTLE 
PAOLINI, LYDIA IRIS 
PARKER, ETHEL OLIVE 
PATTERSON, JANET DAYTON 
PERREAULT, JEANNETTE EDNA 
PETERS, MARYROSE ELIZABETH 
PETIT, BARBARA MARIE 
PHILBRICK, KATHARINE 
PINKHAM, DONNA ALMA 
POKROSS, ESTELLE 
POOR, ALICE JEANETTE 
POWNALL, MARY LOUISE 
PRAKAPAS, BIRUTA HELEN 
QUIGLEY, MARGARET ELIZABETH 
RANDALL, MARION TOWNSHEND 
RAWLINGS, ETHEL CATHERINE 
REILLY, CECELIA ANNE 
RICHARDS, DOROTHY FRANCES 
RITTER, VIRGINIA 
ROBB, JEAN DOROTHY 
ROBB, MARY AUGUSTA VIRGINIA 
ROBINSON, MARGARET 
ROSE, DOROTHY EVELYN 
ROSOFF, MIRIAM 
RUGO, JULIA BEATRICE 



101 



SAFFORD, HILDRED SHIRLEY 
SAMUELSON, EDITH ELINOR 
SANDBERG, MARTHA AURORA 
SCHOEFFLER, DOROTHY EDITH 
SCHWARTZER, GERTRUDE 
SEARLE, DOROTHY ANNE 
SEBEIKA, HELEN ELIZABETH 
SHERMAN, ELIZABETH MUIR 
SHURTLEFF, ETHEL HUNTINGTON 
SIEGAL, BERNICE 
SIMON, RUTH ELAINE 
SIMONDS, BARBARA 
SMITH, EDITH DAVIS 
SMITH, ELIZABETH 
SMITH, FRANCES 
SNYDER, ANNA MARIE 
SPEAR, ADELAIDE 
STANSFIELD, FRANCES ALICE 
STANTIAL, ELIZABETH PHARE 
STEELQUIST, MARY KARNA 
SUNDQUIST, LINNEA MARIE 
SWEENEY, MARGARET FRANCES 
TAYLOR, GRACE ELIZABETH 
TEKLEY, EILEEN SHANDLER 



THOMBS, SUSIE MABELL 
THORUD, LESLIE JOAN 
TREUTHARDT, MARION AGATHA 
ULRICH, CORA PEARL 
VASCHAK, REGINA BARBARA 
VOGEL, JOSEPHINE MINA 
WALSH, ELEANOR MARY 
WATERHOUSE, FRANCES AGNES 
WEBER, ELIZABETH DAVIDSON 
WEINERT, BERENICE LEAH 
WHEELER, LESTINA EMELINE 
WHITCHER, NANCY 
WHITE, CAROLYN 
WHITMORE, MILDRED EMMA 
WHITNEY, GLADYS ARLINE 
WHITTEMORE, WINIFRED 
WILBUR, LOUISE 
WILLIAMS, ALICE MARGARET 
WILSON, MARION LARKIN 
WINN, ALICE LOUISE 
WOLF, RUTH BEATRICE 
WORCESTER, ELIZABETH CELIA 
WRIGHT, PRISCILLA ANNE 



102 



SOPHOMORES 




Officers 



ELIZABETH CURRIER 
EVA CARLSON 
ANNE LANSING 
PHOEBE HUNT 
CONSTANCE EATON 
NANCY KERR 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Student Government Representatives 



Executive Board 
BARBARA COX 
MARY CONNELLY 
DOROTHY W. BROWN 



HELEN RANKIN 
MURIEL BRODY 
MARJORIE OTOOLE 
HELEN DONER 

RED AND WHITE 

PENGUIN 



School of English 

General Science School 

School of Home Economics 



School of Secretarial Studies 

School of Social Service 

School of Library Science 

School of Nursing 

Class Colors 
Class Mascot 



105 



ADAMS, ELOISE 
ADAMS, FRANCES J. G. 
ALEXANDER, THERESA 
AMOS, HELEN M. 
ANDERSON, MYRTLE E. 
ANTAYA, RUTH 
AUSTIN, ELINOR N. 
BAKER, LUCILLE R. 
BAKER, RUTH B. 
BAKER, MIRIAM 
BASSINOR, EMMA R. 
BAUM, NATALIE 
BEANE, MARJORIE F. 
BEIGNIEUX, DIANE E. 
BELL, MIRIAM E. 
BEMIS, BARBARA F. 
BENNETT, VIRGINIA 
BENTLEY, MABEL R. 
BERNSTEIN, HELEN L. 
BERSON, SHIRLEY M. 
BIGGIN, MARGARET 
BISSELL, LILLIAN A. 
BISSONETTE, LAURETTA E. 
BIXBY, GRACE Y. 
BLAND, MARIE E. 
BLOOMFIELD, BERNICE G. 
BLOTNER, DOROTHY E. 
BOERKE, ANNA F. 
BOLONSKY, FLORENCE H. 
BOWEN, ELEANOR P. 
BRADY, MURIEL I. 
BRAHENEY, ELZA M. 
BRESEE, BETTY L. 
BRICKMAN, DOROTHY E. 
BRINE, MARY P. 
BROOKS, ELIZABETH B. 
BROWN, DOROTHY M. 
BROWN, DOROTHY W. 
BROWN, LAURA G. 
BROWN, PRISCILLA M. 
BURNS, ETHEL G. 
BURTON, RUTH I. 
CAMERON, ELIZABETH 
CARDONA, VIRGINIA C. 
CARLSON, EVA M. 
CARTER, ELIZABETH R. 
CARTER, MARJORIE E. 
CASSIDY, MARY B. 



CHAFETZ, BERNICE R. 
CHARBONNEAU, PAULINE E. 
CHRISTIE, JANETTE E. 
CHURCHILL, ELEANOR B. 
CLARK, HELEN E. 
CLARK, ROBERTA E. 
COFFIN, ELIZABETH L. 
COHEN, JOYCE H. 
COLE, JANET A. 
COLLINS, LOUISA M. 
CONNELLY, FRANCES M. 
CONNOLLY, MARY K. 
CONNOR, LOUISE J. 
COOK, ELEANOR J. 
CORRIGAN, MARY R. 
COUNSELL, ANITA M. 
COVENEY, CHARLOTTE J. 
CRAIG, LOIS B. 
COX, BARBARA 
CUMMINGS, RUTH E. 
CUNNINGHAM, MARY P. 
CURRIER, ELIZABETH D. 
CURRIER, ESTHER 
DA VIES, RUTH W. 
DAVIS, BARBARA 
DENHOFF, PEARL F. 
DILL, BETTY C. 
DIRKMAN, ERDINE R. 
DI VIRGILIO, LETITIA 
DOHERTY, RITA J. 
DOLAN, MARY E. 
DONER, HELEN W. 
DOUGLAS, GERTRUDE L. 
DUNBAR, HUGENA M. 
DWIGHT, JULIA C. 
EAMES, BARBARA 
EATON, CONSTANCE 
ECKER, LORETTA M. 
EGGLETON, MILA B. 
ELDER, BARBARA R. 
EMERY, SARA S. 
EMMONS, CAROLYN L. 
ESLIN, FLORENCE B. 
FELDMAN, MARION E. 
FINGOLD, SHIRLEY V. 
FITZGERALD, ELEANOR M. 
FITZSIMMONS, ELIZABETH 
FONTAINE, LILLIAN A. 



106 



FOX, RUTH P. 
FREDERICK, ANNE K. 
FREED, DOROTHY R. 
FREEDMAN, ELIZABETH 
FULTON, ANNA M. 
FURLONG, MARGUERITE W. 
GAINEY, ELIZABETH M. 
GELLES, BERNICE H. 
GILBERT, ELOISE G. 
GILL, ELEANOR M. 
GOLDMAN, REBECCA 
GOLOWSKI, HELEN R. 
GRAY, VIRGINIA 
GREEN, FLORENCE B. 
GREEN, SYLVIA L. 
GREEN, ZELMA B. 
GRABMAN, BLANCHE 
GRONBERG, EVELYN V. 
HALL, FRANCES A. 
HARRIGAN, MARY K. 
HARRINGTON, BARBARA N. 
HART, ELEANOR J. 
HART, ELIZABETH F. 
HARTNETT, CLARE S. 
HEALEY, ELIZABETH A. 
HEDLUND, BETTY A. 
HENES, CATHERINE 
HERBERT, LOUISE E. 
HESLAM, BARBARA M. 
HICKEY, MARY E. 
HIGGINBOTHAM, MARGARET 
HODGKINS, ELIZABETH 
HOLMES, LUCILLE M. 
HOWARD, HELEN T. 
HUGHES, POLLY A. 
HUMELBAUGH, MARGARET J. 
HUNT, PHEBE L. 
HUTSON, PRISCILLA L. 
IVEMY, MARY A. 
JACKSON, EILEEN M. 
JAMES, JANET 
JASPER, BARBARA A. 
JENNINGS, HOPE 
JENSEN, ELEANOR L. 
JENSEN, ELEANOR M. 
JOHNSON, OLIVE E. 
JONES, MARJORIE I. 
JORDAN, MARY R. 



KALLOM, ELIZABETH F. 
KELLEHER, ANNE V. 
KERR, NANCY E. 
KIELY, LUCILLE M. 
KLUGH, LOIS P. 
KNAPP, GLADYS M. 
KOSS, ERNA M. 
LALLY, ELEANOR M. 
LANIGAN, RITA E. 
LANSING, ANN P. 
LARSON, DORIS C. 
LAUTZ, ELIZABETH T. 
LEADBETTER, EDITH A. 
LEE, ESTHER E. 
LERNER, BEATRICE M. 
LEWIS, EVELYN S. 
LEWIS, MARJORIE T. 
LIBBY, ALMA C. 
LIFSHITZ, VIOLA D. 
LINCOLN, VESTA G. 
LIPSITZ, MILDRED R. 
LITUITIS, RUTH V. 
LITVIN, BEATRICE 
LYONS, ELLEN M. 
MacBRAYNE, ISABELLE C. 

mackenzie, phyllis m. 
McCarthy, Catherine m. 

McGRATH, SHIRLEY M. 
MADIGAN, ELEANOR R. 
MANNING, MARGARET G. 
MANSHIP, MURIEL E. 
MESSER, ELIZABETH L. 
MEURCH, MARION F. 
MEYER, LOIS C. 
MICHELSON, LILLA M. 
MILLER, RHODA L. 
MITCHELL, GERALDINE L. 
MOORE, ALICIA F. 
MOORS, ANNE 
MORGAN, M. ENID 
MORRIS, VIRGINIA C. 
MORRISON, RUTH A. 
MOUNTFORD, MARY K. 
MUSSELLS, EDITH C. 
NEAL, PERSIS A. 
NEUHART, ELIZABETH L. 
NOLAN, HELEN F. 
NOYES, PHYLLIS K. 



107 



NUTE, RUTH E. 
OLSON, ELSA R. 
OSTROM, HELEN M. 
OTOOLE, MARGERY E. 
PARAGELLO, BETTY M. 
PARKER, MOLLIE E. 
PARSONS, AGNES R. 
PEARLSTEIN, IRMAJ. 
PEINERT, RUTH H. 
PIERCE, ELIZABETH O. 
PENNOCK, ELIZABETH L. 
PHANEUF, MADELEINE Y. 
PIHL, ELEANOR I. 
PLIMPTON, HESTER J. 
PODPOSKI, EMILY C. 
POLAND, HARRIET 
POLLACK, EUNICE A. 
PRESTON, PHYLLIS A. 
PUGLIANO, FLORENCE P. 
RANKIN, HELEN M. 
RAVIN, FLORENCE 
RAY, EDITH E. 
REED, MARY E. 
REED, MERIEL L. 
REED, WINIFRED A. 
REINGOLD, CHARLOTTE 
RICH, MARY I. 
RITCHIE, VIRGINIA G. 
RODMAN, LAURA G. 
ROSENBERG, PAULINE 
RUBENSTEIN, HELEN R. 
RUBIN, BEATRICE R. 
RUTTER, BARBARA F. 
RYACK, BEATRICE 
SALE, JOSEPHINE W. 
SANFORD, EDITH M. 
SARGENT, IRMA T. 
SAULT, MARGUERITE M. 
SHAFFER, RUTH L. 
SHELDON, LOUISE 
SILVERMAN, FLORENCE 
SILVERMAN, HELEN 
SILVERMAN, JEANNETTE 
SIMPSON, ELEANOR E. 
SIMPSON, ELLA G. 
SMILEY, ESTHER B. 
SMITH, CHARLOTTE E. 



SPRAGUE, SYLVIA A. 
STANTON, IDAJEAN M. 
STEARNS, DOROTHY M. 
SUNMAN, ELIZABETH K. 
TAMULIONIS, AMELIA T. 
TAYLOR, CAROLYN E. 
TAYLOR, LUCY-ELLEN 
THAYER, DOROTHY L. 
TRICKEY, ELIZABETH 
TRIGGS, MARY M. 
TRUE, JANICE E. 
TURNER, HAZEL S. 
TYLER, EUGENIA L. 
URBSHO, VIRGINIA 
USHER, ESTHER 
VIALLE, BARBARA 
VIALLE, MARY 
VOLCKER, RUTH P. 
VOORHIS, ANNE E. 
WALKER, JANE 
WALSH, GRACE A. 
WALSH, RUTH E. 
WARREN, ELIZABETH S. 
WASHBURN, PRISCILLA 
WASSERMAN, ELEANOR S. 
WATTS, LOUISE E. 
WEINBAUM, LEONIDE J. 
WEINER, ROSE 
WELLS, ALISON 
WEMMEL, BARBARA M. 
WEXLER, ESTHER 
WHEBLE, PAULINE A. 
WICKER, CAROLYN M. 
WILFERT, BARBARA 
WILKINS, ESTHER M. 
WILLIAMS, PEARL C. 
WING, HELEN W. 
WINTMAN, RUTH A. 
WOLSTENHOLME, DOROTHY E. 
WOOD, HAZEL E. 
WOOD, MARJORIE 
WOODHULL, JOSEPHINE L. 
WOODWARD, ANNE E. 
YATES, THEODORA P. 
YATSUHASHI, SUMIKO 
ZEITLIN, SUZANNE 
ZELERMYER, ROSE 



108 



FRESHMEN 




ELEANOR LOUPRET 

DOROTHY ROGERS 

GERTRUDE BOOTH 

ELEANOR COOK 

MARIE DOYLE 
ALICE O'CONNOR 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Student Government Representatives 



Executive Board 
BARBARA O'HAGAN 
CORNELIA de ROODE 
CHARLOTTE INGRAM 



MARGARET FOUHY 
RUTH DYGERT 
ELLEN JOHNSON 
ANNE McEVOY 

CRIMSON AND SILVER 
POPEYE 



School of English 

General Science School 

School of Home Economics 



School of Secretarial Studies 

School of Social Service 

School of Library Science 

School of Nursing 

Class Colors 
Class Mascot 



111 



Freshmen 



ABELL, LOUISE H. 
ABRAMSON, RUTH 
ADAMS, ELOISEJ. 
AITKENS, ELVA M. 
ALBERT, FRANCES V. 
ALBERTS, LEON A M. 
ALLEN, VIRGINIA M. 
AMES, ANNETTE 
ANDERSON, BARBARA A. 
ANDREWS, EVELYN F. 
ANDREWS, HELEN E. 
ARNSTEIN, MARGERY M. 
ASHER, EILEEN G. 
ATTWILL, NATALIE L. 
AVERY, ANN 
BASHLOW, CLAIRE 
BARR, MURIEL L. 
BAUER, ELSIE N. 
BEAL, VIRGINIA A. 
BEASE, MARY 
BEAUDRY, MARJORIE L. 
BEAULIEU, RUTH M. 
BECK, ESTELLE G. 
BECKWITH, JEAN M. 
BEIFF, GERTRUDE 
BELMONT, BARBARA F. 
BLANCH ARD, MARTHA A. 
BLANEY, CHARLOTTE H. 
BLOOM, CHARLOTTE A. 
BLOOMER, AILEEN A. 
BLUMBERG, ROSE E. 
BODWELL, ELIZABETH L. 
BONNEMORT, PHYLLIS C. 
BONNEY, BARBARA 
BOOTH, GERTRUDE V. 
BOYCE, BEVERLY 
BOYD, CHARLOTTE L. 
BRANNER, BERNICE E. 
BRILLIANT, IRMA F. 
BROWN, AMY L. 
BRYANT, HOPE M. 
BURKE, VIRGINIA M. 
BURLEIGH, JEAN 
BURTT, OLIVE L. 
CADIGAN, MARY S. 



CAIN, DOROTHY E. 
CAIN, GERTRUDE A. 
CANNEY, RITA M. 
CANTELMO, EL VERA T. 
CANTONI, MARJORIE E. 
CARIN, EUNICE R. 
CARTWRIGHT, ELIZABETH M. 
CARTWRIGHT, PATRICIA V. 
CASWELL, HOPE W. 
CATES, ESTHER B. 
CHICKERING, EMILY G. 
CLAPP, MARJORIE T. 
CLARK, D. MARJORIE 
CLARK, JOYCE P. 
CLARK, PAULINE M. 
CLEMENT, HELEN H. 
CLEMENTS, SARA A. 
COATES, BARBARA C. 
COATES, RUTH D. 
COCHRANE, ELIZABETH A. 
COHEN, RUTH E. 
COLE, JANET B. 
COLEMAN, HELEN J. 
CONLEY, MARYALICE 
CONWAY, ELEANOR L. 
COOK, ELEANOR 
CRICHTON, RUTH C. 
CRITTENDON, BERTHA L. 
CROSBY, ALICE O. 
CULLINAN, ELINOR H. 
CUMMINGS, RUTH E. 
CUNNINGHAM, LEOLENE A. 
CURRY, IDA L. 
CURTIN, MARGARET M. 
CUTTER, RUTH E. 
DANKNER, FRANCES R. 
DE BOER, MARY E. 
deROODE, CORNELIA 
deVARENNES, M. PATRICIA 
DENNIS, ELIZABETH M. 
DILL WORTH, AMY J. 
DOE, ANNA E. 
DONAHUE, URSULA M. 
DOWD, MARY L. 
DOYLE, MARIE P. 



112 



DUGGAN, MARJORIE A. 
DYGERT, RUTH M. 
EATON, NANCY A. 
EISENDRATH, ELEANOR 
ELDRED, FLORENCE E. 
ELDRIDGE, LAURA L. 
ESTY, MURIEL B. 
FACTOR, VIVIAN 
FAIR, KATHRYN T. 
FALCONER, RUTH 
FARRAR, HELEN 
FARRON, VESTA B. 
FAY, MARTHA J. 
FEINGOLD, LENORE R. 
FELDMAN, PEARL 
FENNER, DIXIE D. 
FERGUSON, HELEN 
FITZ WILLIAMS, BARBARA E. 
FLANDERS, HELEN F. 
FLEISHMAN, LILLIAN J. 
FLORES, FLORENCE 
FLYNN, RUTH M. 
FOUHY, MARGARET F. 
FRAZIER, MABEL E. 
FRENCH, ELIZABETH 
FRIEDMAN, PEARL 
FRONTE, THERESA M. 
FRY ATT, NORMA R. 
FULLER, BARBARA R. 
GAFFEY, CATHERINE H. 
GALLIVAN, ANN R. 
GALVIN, ANNA M. 
GERRITSON, ELIZABETH C. 
GIERASIMOWICZ, LUCY 
GILBERT, MARION L. 
GILPATRICK, RUTH 
GINSBURG, EDITH F. 
GOLDSTEIN, LILLIAN 
GOLBRANSON, MARION L. 
GOLDING, BARBARA T. 
GORDON, MARY 
GOODMAN, SHIRLEY B. 
GOULD, BARBARA 
GOULD, ROSALIND 
GROSSBARD, ZELMA 
GWYER, JEAN C. 
HADLOCK, MARJORIE R. 
HALVORSON, JANICE H. 



HARVEY, FLORENCE E. 
HATFIELD, HANNAH M. 
HAWKINSON, EDNA C. 
HAWLEY, ESTHER M. 
HEAD, DOROTHY M. 
HEALD, BARBARA 
HE ALE Y, MARJORIE B. 
HEARN, MARY L. 
HELSETH, ELIZABETH J. 
HERRIDGE, LORAINE M. 
HIGGINSON, D. MURIEL 
HILLERY, LAURAINE 
HILLS, DORIS J. 
HILTS, CAROLINE 
HINCKLEY, FLORENCE G. 
HINE, JANE K. 
HINTON, JANE 
HOFFMAN, EMILY M. 
HOLL, BEVERLY M. 
HOLWAY, DOROTHY A. 
HUGHES, EMILY J. 
INGRAM, CHARLOTTE H. 
JENSEN, CECILE E. 
JOHNSON, LYDIA L. 
JOHNSON, MARY A. 
KAHLER, DORIS L. 
KANE, AGNES V. 
KAPLAN, CHARLOTTE 
KAPLAN, FRANCES M. 
KATZ, FRANCES 
KAUFMAN, VIVIAN L. 
KEELEN, KATHERINE E. 
KELLEY, EILEEN M. 
KELLEY, DOROTHY T. 
KENT, ELEANOR T. 
KENWAY, JEAN T. 
KERN AN, FRANCES J. 
KIMBALL, ROSALIND A. 
KIRSCH, AUDRIS E. 
KORVETZ, MILDRED 
KUSTOWSKI, KLIMCHA K. 
LAMBERT, FRANCES R. 
LANE, PEARL N. 
LARSEN, BELLE V. 
LAVOIE, GEORGETTE A. 
LE GROW, ELLIN D. 
LENAT, ELFRIEDA I. 
LENT, RUTH E. 



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LEVIN, ESTHER H. 
LEVINE, EDITH R. 
LEVINSON, SELMA L. 
LEVY, JANET G. 
LIMA, PRISCILLA F. 
LINDE, BERNICE 
LOESSL, JEANNETTE B. 
LOUPRET, ELEANOR E. 
LUBIN, RUTH L. 
LUDY, FLORENCE E. 
LYNCH, RITA L. 
MacPHERSON, CLARE E. 

McCarthy, Catherine r. 

McEVOY, ANNE S. 
McFARLAND, HARRIET E. 
McKAY, LAURA R. 

Mclaughlin, jane k. 

McKEEN, N. WINIFRED 
McPEAKE, HELEN M. 
MAGOUN, PHYLLIS E. 
MAGUIRE, RITA 
MALLEY, M. PHYLLIS 
MALONEY, ELEANOR J. 
MARCUS, CORRINE N. 
MARGOLIES, LEONA R. 
MARTIN, WILLHEMINA 
MATHESON, MARGARET 
MERROR, SUSAN B. 
MINNS, ANNA M. 
MINTHORN, RUTH E. 
MOODY, FLORENCE M. 
MOORE, ELEANOR M. 
MORRISON, MARGUERITE L. 
MORTON, JANE 
NEWKIRK, ELEANOR L. 
NICHOLS, CORNELIA F. 
NORTON, CHARLOTTE A. 
NUTTER, CAROLYN L. 
O'CONNELL, FRANCES S. 
O'CONNOR, ALICE G. 
O'HAGAN, MARY-BARBARA 
OLSON, ELINOR K. 
PAGE, VIRGINIA 
PAGET, MARY G. 
PARAD, ANITA I. 
PATTERSON, SUSAN M. 
PAUL, CHARLOTTE S. 
PETERSON, DORIS H. 



PHILLIPS, JANET D. 
PINKERTON, RUTH G. 
PIPER, JANICE L. 
PITT, MILDRED A. 
PRATT, VIRGINIA A. 
QUINT, ROSALYN E. 
RAE, MARJORIE M. 
RANDOLPH, ROSE V. 
REARDON, DOROTHY L. 
REARDON, MARGARET M. 
RIBACK, ETHEL M. 
RICE, DORIS C. 
RICHARDSON, BARBARA L. 
RICLES, GLADYS L. 
RIDER, HELEN L. V. 
ROBBINS, BERNICE 
ROBBINS, RUTH 
ROBERT, THERESE L. 
ROBOTHAM, RUTH L. 
ROGERS, DOROTHY B. 
ROGERS, VERA L. 
ROME, BEATRICE F. 
ROPER, ELIZABETH 
ROSENSWEIG, MARCIA 
ROSS, JUDITH M. 
ROTH, BARBARA J. 
ROVNER, EDITH 
RUBIN, SYLVIA H. 
SANBORN, DORIS E. 
SARGENT, ELLORA F. 
SAUNDERS, CARTHA E. 
SAUNDERS, ELINOR M. 
SCANNELL, KATHERINE F. 
SCHWALL, FLORENCE 
SCHWARZWAELDER, LOIS D. 
SEARLE, RUTH M. 
SEAWARD, RACHEL A. 
SHAFTER, SYLVIA T. 
SHATTUCK, PHYLLIS E. 
SHERMAN, VALERIE F. 
SKELTON, SHEILA 
SIEGEL, HARRIETTE B. 
SNYDER, MARGUERITE deL. 
SODDECK, ESTHER E. 
SQUIRES, BERNICE F. 
STANLEY, BARBARA A. 
STARKS, ELIZABETH E. 
STEGEMAN, DOROTHY H. 



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STEIN, FAY L. 
STERNBERG, EVELYN P. 
STILES, LORA N. 
STOWE, KATHERINE M. 
SULLIVAN, ALMA M. 
SULLIVAN, KATHERINE V. 
TARG, HELENA M. 
TARSHIS, SYRA D. 
TATE, LOUISA N. 
TAYLOR, JEAN F. 
TENNEYHILL, GERTRUDE A. 
TEPPER, ELAINE J. 
TEWKSBURY, DOROTHY A. 
THOMSON, FRANCES S. 
TIGHE, A. JANET 
TISDALE, JEAN C. 
TOOMEY, KATHLEEN A. 
TUTKO, ANNE P. 
URBSHO, VIRGINIA A. 
VALADE, RITA M. 
VAUGHAN, ELIZABETH E. 
VIALLE, BARBARA 

ZOTTOLI, 



WASSERMAN, ELEANOR S. 
WEBER, MARIE V. 
WELLS, MARION R. 
WERBER, SYLVIA R. 
WESTWOOD, RUTH 
WHEELER, LOLA P. 
WHELAN, MARY F. 
WHITE, EDNA L. 
WHITTEMORE, ANNE 
WILINSKY, BARBARA E. 
WILKINS, ESTHER M. 
WILLIAMS, HOPE E. 
WILLIAMS, JANE A. 
WILLIAMS, RITA M. 
WILSON, ELLEN M. 
WILSON, MURIEL 
WOOD, MARION E. 
WOODHILL, MARGUERITE E. 
WORTHY, RUTH 
WRIGHT, DOROTHY 
WRIGHT, MYRTLE G. 
ZEHER, LOUISE J. 
CATHERINE M. 



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ACTIVITIES 



C. Eaton, J. Clark. A. Barry, M. Doyle, P. Holmes 

P. Crosby, R. Closson, E. Schoonmaker, J. Burt, M. L. Imrie 

Student Government Association 

MARY LOUISE IMRIE 
President 
JEAN BURT 
Vice-President 
PAULINE CROSBY 
Treasurer 

ESTHER SCHOONMAKER 
Chairman of Honor Board 
Representatives 
Maxine Bailey, Ruth Closson, 1936 Constance Eaton, Nancy Kerr, 1938 

Anne Barry, Polly Holmes, 1937 Marie Doyle, Alice O'Connor, 1939 



OTU. G.," as the Student Government Association is termed in the abbreviated 
language of the undergraduates, embraces the student body; all girls from the moment 
of their entrance into Simmons are active members. From this large group, twelve 
girls are elected by their classmates to solve the student administrative problems and 
carry out the routine business. 

The thrill of one's college life comes when and if one is elected to "Stu. G."; but 
that thrill can be only a mere tingle compared to that experienced by the President of 
Student Government, when her election is announced at the May Day Party, and she 
wears, as the symbol of her high office, the very old Simmons necklace, an heirloom 
of the John Simmons family. 

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J. Dodge, H. Paine, A. Muhlenberg, R. Robbins, J. Hine, M. Peters, K. Stowe, L. Schwarzwaelder, M. 

Can ton i 
M. L. Imrie, M. Glass, H. Deacon, A. Latham, F. Bennett, R. Stowell, J. Burt 



Dormitory Council 



JEAN BURT 
Chairman 

MARYROSE PETERS 

Secretary 



J7 OR the benefit of those who wonder, we here state that the house chairmen do 
exist for more than the purpose of squelching the girl who insists in giving an "ampli- 
fied" account of her Biology exam after quiet hours. The house chairmen meet every 
Tuesday to regulate dormitory life by making or unmaking rules and making girls 
show some respect for them. 

Through Dormitory Council, to Student Government for ratification, and to 
Advisory Board for final sanction, go rules not to smoke on the colonnades before 
dinner, as well as suggestions for the "pepping up" of dorm social life. An interesting 
thing done along that line this year was the open-house given for freshmen trying to 
select rooms for next vear. 



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G. Miller, E. Dole, O. Werme, K. Steelquist 
M..L. Imrie, E. Schoonmaker, M. Glass 



Honor Committee 

ESTHER SCHOONMAKER 

Chairman 

GRACE MILLER 
Secretary 



kJURELY you remember that among the tangle of words presented you at Freshman 
Registration were some which were to the effect that registering as a student of Sim- 
mons College was the acceptance of the principles of the Honor System. You nodded 
your head, or asked the Junior Sister if you should sign anything quite so legal-sound- 
ing. 

Later you found that that statement was a promise neither to give nor to receive 
aid in any quiz or examination, nor to use any source material without explicitly 
noting the source. The duty of Honor Committee is to educate the student body to the 
proper observance of Honor Code and to deal with any violations of the code in the 
academic field. The Committee is comprised of four Seniors and three Juniors elected by 
Student Government Council, with the President of Student Government as member 
ex-officio. 



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J. Dodge, A. Muhlenberg, M. Peters, L. Schwarzwaelder 
M. Glass, M. L. Imrie, J. Burt, H. Deacon, P. Stowell 



Dormitory Board 



JEAN BURT 
Chairman 

MARTHA GLASS 
Secretary 



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ITHIN Dormitory Council there exists a Dormitory Board composed of ten 
members. Before this Board come the students who have disregarded or been mistaken 
about dormitory regulations. 

The Vice-President of Student Government is Chairman of the Board, while under 
her are three Seniors, two Juniors, one Sophomore and one Freshman elected by the 
Dormitory Council; the President of Student Government and the chairman of Honor 
Committee are members ex-officio. 



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M. L. Imrie, J. Burt, E. Schoonmaker 

Miss MacGregory, Miss Mesick, Miss Wilkinson, Mrs. Brackett 



Dormitory Advisory Committee 



MISS MESICK 

MRS. BRACKETT 

MISS MacGREGORY 

MISS WILKINSON 

JEAN BURT 

MARY LOUISE IMRIE 

ESTHER SCHOONMAKER 



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HIS committee, whose name brings merely a vague association with Student 
Government Council, was formed for the purpose of aiding that body with its dormi- 
tory problems. It is composed of the Dean, three members of the instructing staff who 
are graduates of the college, appointed by the President, and three members of the 
Student Government Council. 

All dormitory rules and questions proposed by Student Government are referred 
to this Committee, which discusses them freely. On the basis of the opinion expressed 
in these meetings, the Dean accepts or rejects the proposals submitted. 



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D. Liberman, E. Dole 



Academy 

DAVIDA LIBERMAN 
President 

EDNA DOLE 

Secretary 

ALICE BISBEE 
Treasurer 



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. ARKING back again to another day — or another age — we see ourselves drinking 
deeply at the fountain of knowledge, the Freshman Bible, promising ourselves that, 
among other things, we would, of course belong to Academy — it would be so nice to 
wear that distinctive blue and gold ribbon on cap-and-gown occasions. 

But it is the exceptional student who passes into that august body. However, we 
hear that the teas and open meetings around the fireplace in North Hall have been 
extremely interesting with College instructors, outside speakers or members leading 
the discussions. 



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E. Gill, B. Hart, E. Cook 



Ann Strong Student Club 



DOROTHY BROWNING 

President 

ERNA KOSS 
Vice-President 

BETTY HART 

Secretary 

ELEANOR COOK 

Treasurer 



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HE Ann Strong Student Club, bearing the name of the first director of the School 
of Nursing, is still in its infancy, having been organized only in 1933 as a club for the 
students in the Nursing School. It is a strong connecting link between the upperclass- 
men who have donned their student nurses' uniforms and black stockings, and the 
"youngsters" who are still caring for test tubes instead of patients. 



124 




N. Nakashian, M. Bentley, G. Leonard 



Arts and Crafts Guild 



GLADYS LEONARD 

President 

MARJORIE BENTLEY 

Secretary-Treasurer 

NUART NAKASHIAN 

Librarian 



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HE Arts and Crafts Guild is one of the newest organizations in point of time, but 
it has already made a name for itself. Its purpose is to develop hobbies in art and handi- 
craft work and to provide enjoyment and teaching in these fields. 

A unique system of club organization has been worked out, based on the old 
Guild idea. The membership is kept small and new members are admitted as appren- 
tices for a three-months' trial. If they still desire to continue, they may then become 
full members, with increased opportunities for learning. 

The Arts and Crafts Guild has established a reputation for unusual entertain- 
ments. Some of the more important of these have been a photography lecture, a 
marionette show, and a most interesting lecture and demonstration by Dahl, well- 
known cartoonist for the Boston Herald. 



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A. Boerke, M. Jones, S. Olsen, M. Olds 



Christian Science Organization 



ANNE BOERKE 
Chairman 

SELMA OLSEN 
Reader 

MARY OLDS 
Secretary 

MARJORIE JONES 
Treasurer 



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HE purpose of the Christian Science Organization is to bring about a greater 
realization of friendship and cooperation among the Christian Scientists of the college, 
to share the joys which result from the theory and practice of Christian Science and 
to offer to all an opportunity to learn its doctrines. 

Weekly meetings were held this year, with different speakers from the Board of 
Lectureship of the Mother Church at Boston. 



126 




M. E. Rudolph, A. Williams 
G. Taylor, M. Morss, M. Silva 



020 Club 

MARIAN MORSS 
President 

MARY ELLEN RUDOLPH 
Vice-President 

MARY SILVA 
Secretary 

ALICE WILLIAMS 

Treasurer 

GEORGIABELLE TAYLOR 

Chairman of Program Committee 



jl OR those -who have forgotten for what that mystifying name, 020, stands, we 
explain that it is a Librarian's way of saying Library Economy. At any rate, that is the 
only abacadabra about the club; for the rest, the club is organized to further the social 
relationships among Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students in the Library School, 
and to increase their professional interests by contact with librarians and literary 
people. 



127 




A. Lansing, L. Charlton, J. Else, M. Fogler 



Dramatic Association 



LUCIA CHARLTON 

. President 

CARYL HAYNES 
Vice-President 

ANN LANSING 
Secretary 

MARGARET FOGLER 

Treasurer 

JEANE ELSE 
Program Chairman 



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TONE are the days of the shorn and drawn-back locks, the borrowed tight- 
hipped trousers and the squeaky, clod-hopper shoes — or at least so it would seem from 
the flying start to which the Dramatic Club got off this year with its annual All- 
College Play. Will wonders never cease! 

The Torchbearers (we are coming to salient facts) was given in cooperation with 
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Dramashop. And we who saw it must 
admit that the boys did seem quite a bit more at home in their togs than the girls 
have of previous years. The affair was a great success and the college pleads for more. 



128 




THE TORCHBEARERS 
By George Kelley 

Mrs. Paula Kitter Elizabeth Hogerty 

Mrs. Duro Fampinelli Kama Steelquist 

Mrs. Nellie Fell Carol White 

Miss Florence McCrickett Janice S. Piper 

Mrs. Clara Sheppard Florence McQuarrie 

Jenny Mary Ivemy 

Mr. Frederick Kitter Frederick Clafee 

Mr. Huxley Hossefrosse Rufus P. Isaacs 

Mr. Spindler .- . . David Morse 

Mr. Ralph Twiller Robert Pastene 

Teddy Spearing Myron Cantor 

Mr. Stage Manager Edgar B. Taft 

Repertory Theatre December 7, 1935 



129 




C. Quessy, M. Parker, C. Blaney 

M. Burchstead, B. May, F. Waterhouse 



Ellen Richards Club 



BARBARA MAY 
President 



FRANCES WATERHOUSE 
Secretary-Treasurer 



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CTOBER brings out the "irritation feeling" in Ellen Richards members and it is a 
common sight to see these Science students walking through the halls with a strainer 
of boiled spaghetti and a test tube full of "peeled" grapes. Why? Initiation. 

But Ellen Richards girls are more than mere addicts to boiled spaghetti initia- 
tions. They have monthly teas at which prominent speakers present topics of scientific 
interest. 

Ellen Richards was not, as one might think, a graduate of the Simmons Science 
School. The club is named, instead, in honor of the first woman to graduate from the 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. And we all agree that that was, and perhaps 
still is, a feat. 



130 




V. Ritchie, V. Gerrish, J. Beach 



English Club 

VIRGINIA GERRISH 
President 

JEAN-CLAIRE BEACH 

Secretary 

VIRGINIA RITCHIE 
Treasurer 



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)OTH the School of English and the English Club are yet young; upon the heels of 
the introduction of the school came the club, founded two years ago primarily for the 
students in the new school. 

Until this year the English Club was concerned merely with teas and speakers, 
but now it has a real purpose in life — to bring forth a bigger and better Per-Simmons 
twice a year. This year's first effort was rewarded with oohs and ahs, as well as (much 
needed) quarters. 



131 




R. Harris, R. Williams 



Ft 



orum 



RUHAMAH HARRIS 
Chairman 

RITA WILLIAMS 

Chairman for Freshman Dormitories 



_T ORUM brings a great variety of speakers to the dormitory students who grasp, 
from these talks, all the different views on current questions. History and social condi- 
tions seem to have the most interest to the girls as they hear first the background of the 
Italo-Ethiopian situation, and then the plans going into effect in the East Boston 
Slum Clearance project. 



132 




V. Freeman, A. Winn, H. Jeffry, S. Pease 
D. Schoeffler, M. Kingsbury, R.Shaffer 



Home Economics Club 



MARY KINGSBURY 

President 

HELEN JEFFRY 

Vice-President 

RUTH SHAFFER 

Secretary 

ALICE WINN 

Treasurer 

SALLY PEASE 

Foods Chairman 



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HIS club aims to acquaint students with the professional openings in the Home 
Economics field. But we'll wager that the dormitory students' most vivid memories of 
the club are the 9:30 food sales, swamped by hungry students, and the mending service 
— buttons so much, rips, another so much, and hems a little more. 

In the club itself there are monthly meetings at which graduates frequently speak 
of their experiences in the business world, and there are trips to commercial production 
plants. 

The income from dues, food sales, catering, and the newly-established mending 
service enable the Club to affiliate with the Massachusetts, New England, and Na- 
tional Home Economics Association, to send a delegate to the National Convention, 
to create a scholarship for a worthy Home Ec student, and to hold an annual banquet 
for new members. 

133 




D. Rogers, M. Stewart, L. Taylor, I. Tanner 
F. McCullough, J. Tuller, M. Kyle 



Microcosm 



JANET TULLER 

Editor-in-Chief 

FRANCES McCULLOUGH 

Business Manager 

LUCY ELLEN TAYLOR 

Advertising Manager 

IRMA TANNER 
Art Editor 

MURIEL STEWART 

Circulation Manager 

DOROTHY ROGERS 

Photograph Manager 



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HE Microcosm staff is composed of members from each class, who devote con- 
siderable time and effort to the creation of a suitable record of the year's round of 
activities here at Simmons. It is aided in this endeavor by Student Government Associ- 
ation which stands back of the yearbook in the event that subscriptions, the annual 
dance, and contributions from college organizations should not be sufficient to make it 
self-supporting. 

This Mic has been made possible through the cooperation of our subscribers, the 
innumerable suggestions of Miss Burnett and Miss Sutherland, and aided bv the guid- 
ance of our faculty advisor, Mr. Sypher. For all this help, we express our thanks. 

134 




B. Locke, I. Maletz 

C. Berkman, E. Goren, P. Ashkenazy 



Menorah 

ETHEL GOREN 

President 

CHARLOTTE BERKMAN 
Vice-President 

IDA MALETZ 
Secretary 

PAULA ASHKENAZY 
Treasurer 

MARTHA GOLDBERG 
Activities Chairman 



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HE Menorah Society at Simmons aims to bring the Jewish students into closer 
contact with each other and with the Jewish student body of other colleges. It further 
aims to promote the study of Jewish ideals and culture. 

The social program this year consisted of a series of teas, a formal dinner dance 
and a formal dance. Joint meetings were held with the various Menorah groups as 
well as a series of dances in conjunction with the Intercollegiate Menorah Association. 
A connection was established with the New England Council of Avukah, which has 
very obligingly assisted in planning a discussion of Jewish problems — past, present, 
and future. 

135 




E. Coyle, C. Moynahan, H. Deacon, E. Gainey 



Newman Club 

HELEN DEACON 

President 

CATHERINE MOYNAHAN 
Vice-President 

BETTY GAINEY 

Secretary 

EVELYN COYLE 
Treasurer 



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LL Catholic students at Simmons are automatically members of Newman Club, 
which is in turn an active member of the New England Province of the National 
Federation of College Catholic Clubs. 

At the monthly teas held in the Lounge, lectures were given bv prominent priests. 
Besides these monthly meetings at Simmons, there are others held on the second 
Sunday of every month at various nearby colleges. During the college year there were 
Communion Breakfasts, a bridge party, and the annual Formal Dance. 



136 




V. Ritter, C. Dickerman, M. Quigley, V. Chase, K. Steelquisc 
S. Olsen 



Musical Association 

CHRISTINA DICKERMAN 
President 

CLARA CUMMINGS 

Secretary 

VIRGINIA RITTER 
Treasurer 

MARGARET QUIGLEY 

Business Manager 

SELMA OLSEN 
Instrumental Leader 

KARNA STEELQUIST 

Concert Manager 

VERA CHASE 
Librarian 



M, 



-USICAL ASSOCIATION has sung lustily this year under the direction of Mr. 
Ring and the first date on their program was the Christmas Vesper Concert in the 
candle-lit Refectory. After that came the medieval carol chorus at Olde English 
Dinner, when the girls dressed in dark blue serge "things," wore red caps and scarves, 
and carried candles as well as tunes. 

There is always a joint concert, of course, and the boys of the "other half" just 
crowd in to help make it a huge success. This year the University of New Hampshire's 
Male Chorus lent their vocal support. 

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E. Paddock, F. Bennett, H. Schwall, A. Burns 



Peace Society 



FAY BENNETT 
Chairman 

ANNE BURNS 
Vice-Chairman 

EDA PADDOCK 

Secretary 

HILDA SCHWALL 

Treasurer 



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HE Peace Society at Simmons College was conceived at our first Strike for Peace 
held on April 12, 1935. We who took part in that dramatic gesture wanted to organize 
a club where we could carry on peace education and peace action throughout the year. 

When the American Student Union was formed at the national convention in 
Columbus, Ohio, during the Christmas vacation of 1935, the members of the Peace 
Society unanimously decided to join it. They realized that the fight for peace was not 
to be won without working also for freedom, security, equality, and justice, the 
principles for which the A. S. U. stands. 

May the students of Simmons College obtain an ever-growing insight into the 
implications of the society in which we live and learn to make an intelligent contribu- 
tion to it! 



138 




V. Gerrish, A. Curran, J. Beach, E. Olen 

Per- Simmons 

VIRGINIA GERRISH 
Editor-in-Chief 

EVELYN OLEN 
Technical Editor 

JEANNETTE SCOTT 

Business Manager 

JEAN BEACH 

Managing Editor 

ANNA CURRAN 
Circulation Manager 

Jj ROM amalgamation to independence and back to amalgamation! At least that is 
the very, very brief history of Per-Simmons, first published in 1931 as a literary supple- 
ment to News, given magazine form in 1932, though still remaining a supplement. 
It finally became independent in 1933 and this year fell into the hands of the Eng- 
lish Club. 

Under the new management, Per-Simmons came forth twice during the year, 
changed considerably in make-up and editorial policy. 



139 




M. Cannell, V. Ritchie, D. Higginson, R. Simon, B. Elder, B. Paragallo, M. Higginbotham 
R. O'Rourke, C. Berkman, B. Osborn, I. Brody 



Poetry Club 

BETTY OSBORN 
President 

CHARLOTTE BERKMAN 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Jl OETRY Club, in spite of its aesthetic-sounding name, is no refuge for the haunted, 
high-brow souls — it is, rather, a gathering of girls who enjoy hearty discussions on 
poetry, good readings, and occasional lapses into the metric medium themselves. Thev 
bring forth many clever things for both News and Per-Simmons. 

Meeting twice a month, on Mondays, the students interested in this field, hear 
their own members, faculty, or outsiders give highlights on the different angles in 
poetry and poets. Mr. de Mille has been a true friend and advisor to the struggling 
young seekers after the Muse, and members are deeply grateful to him for his interest. 



140 




D. Brown, V. Chase 



Scout Club 

VERA CHASE 
President 

DOROTHY W. BROWN 

Secretary-Treasurer 



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HEN a student leaves her high school troop to enter college, she does not have 
to say goodbye to the Girl Scout spirit. Here in Simmons through the Scout Club's 
outdoor hikes, teas and speakers, she can retain her hold on its wholesomeness and 
sportsmanship. 

This year, between teas and hikes and week-ends at Cedar Hill, the Scout Club 
has spent quite a bit of time cooperating with the Scouts of several settlement houses. 



141 




A. Curran, J. Patterson, E. Byer, L. Card 
M. Daly, H. Barr, E. Olen 



Simmons News 



HELEN BARR 
Editor-in-Chief 

LOUISE CARD 

News Editor 

ANNA CURRAN 
Technical Editor 

JANET PATTERSON 
Feature Editor 

EVELYN OLEN 
Advertising Manager 

MARY DALY 
Business Manager 

ESTHER BYER 

Circulation Manager 



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HEREVER there's a crowd at 3:11 Thursday, behind it is a fast-dwindling pile 
of News copies. The weekly paper is popular for its presentation of the news of the 
week, feature stories about the most inconceivable subjects, and the most recent ad- 
dition, a short story. 

There are quite a few changes in this year's make-up and editorial policy, most 
notable of which were the larger size, the fashion notes, the more dignified social 
news and the above-mentioned short story. 

The social climax of the year was News Dance, held at the Hotel Statler on the 
unique date of February 29. 

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E. Conway, M. Biggin, V. Gray 

A. Burns, F. Bennett, A. Muhlenberg, M. Glass 



Social Activities Committee 



FAY BENNETT, Chairman 
MARTHA GLASS 
ANNE MUHLENBERG 
ANNE BURNS 
MARGARET BIGGIN 
VIRGINIA GRAY 
EUNICE CARIN 
ELEANOR CONWAY 



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HE Committee on Social Activities has completed its first year at Simmons with- 
out having carried out all of the plans which were made at its inception. It has, how- 
ever, made great strides in fulfilling its main purpose, to improve the social life of the 
dormitory girls. 

The informal Wednesday night dinners for faculty guests, the exchanging of 
students between campus and the freshman dorms at dinner, and the informal house 
dances are among the innovations which have been placed on a firm footing this year. 

There is no doubt that the Committee will continue to keep on the look-out for 
occasions when it may step in and make a real contribution to the lives of Simmons 
girls. 

143 




F. Cartland, J. Else, B. Currier, E. Mussels 



Unity Club 



JEANE ELSE 
President 

BETTY CURRIER 

Vice-President 

FRANCES CARTLAND 
Secretary 

EDITH MUSSELS 
Treasurer 

OlMMONS Unity Club is open to students and faculty of all Protestant faiths. Its 
purpose is to bring together all students of liberal religious ideals, to promote friend- 
ships, and to stimulate the exchange of beliefs and opinions in regard to religion, 
national affairs, and life. Unity Club holds its meetings on the third Monday of the 
month, at which time an outside speaker addresses the group and then ample time is 
reserved for a bit of sociability among the students and guests. 

Activities of the club are not limited to the monthly meetings. Several times a 
year there are conferences with prominent speakers and round-table discussions held 
under the auspices of the Boston Unitarian-Universalist Student Council, of which 
the Simmons Unity Club is a member. In the spring, the club holds its annual formal 
dance. 



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V.Grala, M. Bentley, M.Fogler, E. Carlson, R. Harris, R. Browne, R. Worthy, E. Boyer 
P. Ford, K. Steelquist, F. Bennett, E. Paddock, E. Merriam 



Y. W. C. J. 

FAY BENNETT 
President 

KARNA STEELQUIST 
Vice-President 

EDA PADDOCK 

Secretary 

POLLY FORD 

Treasurer 



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HE Y's activities have been ever so varied this year — from teas to religious con- 
ferences, and from picnics to evenings at the Stuart Street Y. 

This organization reminds the History student of the maxim of the eighteenth 
century philosophers who took "all knowledge to be their province." While the Y 
makes no such grandiloquent generalizations, there does seem to be a resemblance in 
that their interests also are wide. Psychology, social adjustment, good sportsmanship 
and sound thinking are but a few of the problems with which the Y deals. 



145 




N. Nakashian, V. Farrar, G. Leonard, P. Clayton 
M. Bentley, Miss Gardner, D. Schoeffler, R. Cummings 



Poster Committee 

MARJORIE BENTLEY 

Chairman 

NUART NAKASHIAN 
V ice-Chairman 

GLADYS LEONARD 

Treasurer 

MARION B. GARDNER 

Faculty Advisor 



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HE Poster Committee has full responsibility over all the posters which decorate 
the front hall and, at the same time, announce and remind the student of future social 
events. 

This year the posters for the weekly Assemblies have been especially noteworthy 
and we shall look forward to seeing many of them entered in the annual Poster Con- 
test, which the Committee holds in the spring. 



146 




M. Holmes, J. Sale, E. Ray, J. McGrath, J. Burr 



Simmons Athletic Association 



JACQUELINE BURR 
President 

HARLENE BADGER 
Vice-President 

JOSEPHINE SALE 
Secretary 

EDITH RAY 

Treasurer 



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HE athletes of Simmons have been going in for a combination of athletics and 
social activities and nothing could have been more appropriate than S.A.A.'s Winter 
Carnival dance. It was held in the Refectory which, under the tons of winter sports' 
equipment, lost every resemblance to a regular dining-hall. 

But social activities are not all — and S.A.A. members are ardent ping-pong, 
hockey, archery, basketball, swimming and riding fans. One thing which added 
quite a bit to the sporting element of the club was the Faculty-Student Ping-Pong 
Tournament. 



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VARSITY HOCKEY 

M. Holmes, J. Else, P. Shattuck, B. May, J. Burr, M. Esty, E. Ray, G. Boorhby, R. Closson, H. Perry 




VARSITY BASKETBALL 

D. Baessler, H. Perry, R. Closson, P. Ballou 
G. Booth, J. Sale 



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SENIOR HOCKEY 

M. Holmes, J. Else, L. Burner, E. Dole, D. Baessler, J. Burr, G. Boothby, MgivR. Closson, H. Perry 




SENIOR BASKETBALL 

J. Else, H. Perry, Mgr.; D. Baessler, R. Closson, M. Holmes 



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JUNIOR HOCKEY 

C. Berkman, L. Butkus, D. Crawley, Mgr.; C. Smith, P. Ballou 




JUNIOR BASKETBALL 

H. Badger, Afgr.; L. Butkus, P. Ballou, D. Craw ley 



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SOPHOMORE HOCKEY 

M. Ivemy, L. Watts, M. Eggleton, Mgr.; E. Austin, E. Ray, P. Wheble, M. Dolan, L. Sheldon, 

E. Lyons, A. Lansing 




SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL 

D. Brown, L. Sheldon, E. Lyons, E. Ray 
M. Ivemy, P. Wheble, J. Sale 



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FRESHMAN HOCKEY 

P. Shattuck, V. Beal, B. Bonney, J. Tighe, M. Conley, E. Cooke, J. Kenway, M. Esty, Mgr., 
G. Booth, M. Hadlock, J. Gwyer 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 

M. Esty, E. Cook, M. Hadlock, G. Booth, Mgr.: G. Tanneyhill 
M. Cantoni, P. Shattuck, M. Conley 



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LIFE SAVING 

E. Carlson, L. Murdock, F. Waterhouse, R. Closson, R. Seaward 

B. Vialle, M. L. Imrie, B. May, First Mate; M. Whelon, M. Vialle, R. Searle, B. Heller 

A. Tutko, A. Barrv 




TENNIS 

D. Gridley, J. Burr, M. Eggleron, M. Pirr 



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FEATURES 



THE "MOST" 

AND 

THE "BEST" 

OF US 




MOST ARTISTIC 
Irma Tanner 

Pauline Clayton 

Helen Gradv 



MOST ATHLETIC 
Barbara May 

Helena Perry 

Ruth Closson 



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MOST ATTRACTIVE 
Winifred Bums 

Dorothy Rogers 

Mary Ormond 



BEST CLASS SPIRIT 
Elizabeth Boiven 

Jean Burt 

Mary Louise Imrie 



BEST DANCER 

Catherine Dunn 

Doris Gates 

Jeane Else 



BEST DRESSED 

Winifred Bums 

Helena Perry 



Harriet Patterson 




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BEST NATURED 

Priscilla Elliott 

Barbara Pierce 

Grace Boothby 



BUSIEST 

Elizabeth Burch 

Fay Bennett 

Jane Wainright 




MOST CAPABLE 

Esther Scboonmaker 

Helen Barr 

Ruth Closson 



MOST CHANGED 

Georgiabelle Taylor 

Dorothy Rogers 

Marie MatheK 




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MOST DIGNIFIED 

Jean Burt 

Esther Schoonmaker 

Gladys Murray 



MOST OPTIMISTIC 

Barbara Pierce 

Helena Perry 

Caroline Cole 



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MOST PESSIMISTIC 
Mary Soloway 

Edith Merriam 
Eleanor Hurd 

Catherine Campana 




MOST SOCIABLE 

Jean Else 

Dorothy Moore 

Georgiabelle Taylor g« 




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MOST VERSATILE 
Rutb Closson 

Elizabeth Bowen 

Anna Latham 



MOST SOPHISTICATED 

Helena Perry 

Ruth Messer 

Janet Tuller 





WITTIEST 

Melba Holmes 

Maxine Bailey 

Jeannette Scott 



FAVORITE PROFESSOR 
Dr. Harley 

Dr. Gay 
Dr. Varrell 

Mr. Trvon 



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Commencement Week 



June sixth through June eighth, 1936 

SATURDAY, JUNE SIXTH 
Class Day 

4:00 Garden Party Campus 

4:45 Daisy Chain The Colonnades 

Step Singing 
Ivy Planting 
5:45 Class Day Supper Campus 

8:00 Informal Dance Woodland Country Club 



SUNDAY, JUNE SEVENTH 

Baccalaureate Service 

3:00 Service The Auditorium, The Riverway 

Sermon by the Reverend Arthur L. Kinsolving 
Rector of Trinity Church, Boston 
Reception 

4:30 Reception by President Beatley for Alumnae, Seniors and their 

friends South Hall 



MONDAY, JUNE EIGHTH 

Commencement 

11:00 Commencement exercises Symphony Hall 

Address by Dorothy Canfield Fisher 
Author 
Luncheon 

2 :00 Senior Luncheon The Refectory 

Chairmen of Commencement Activities 

From, WINIFRED BURNS Class Day, ELIZABETH BOWEN 

Senior Luncheon, DOROTHY ROGERS 



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Social Calendar 



Freshman House Dances 
Mic Dance 
Senior Hobo Party 
Senior Transfer Tea 
Menorah Formal 
Tea Dance 
All-College Play 
Sophomore Shuffle 
Old English Dinner 
S. A. A. Informal 
Newman Dance 
Alumnae Tea for Seniors 
Sophomore Luncheon 
News Dance 

Dormitory Council Party 
Competitive Plays 
Unity Dance 
Freshman Dance 
Junior Prom 
Senior Prom 



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October 26 

October 30 

November 3 

November 16 

December 7 

December 7 

December 14 

December 18 

January 25 

February 1 

February 8 

February 29 

February 29 

March 6 

March 14 

April 11 

May 1 

May 8 

Mav 15 



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